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+ - China's 'Eye on the Internet' a Fraud

An anonymous reader writes: The "Great Firewall of China," used by the government of the People's Republic of China to block users from reaching content it finds objectionable, is actually a "panopticon" that encourages self-censorship through the perception that users are being watched, rather than a true firewall, according to researchers at UC Davis and the University of New Mexico.
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China's 'Eye on the Internet' a Fraud

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