You’ve heard about the strict censorship China applies to the Internet, and now you can experience the same censored Chinese internet at your home thanks to an art project that aims to raise awareness of the important issue of Internet censorship.
Firefox add-on China Channel "offers internet users outside China to surf the web as if they were in China," explains the site of the free and open source add-on.
"Take an unforgettable virtual trip to China and experience the technical expertise of the Chinese Ministry of Information Industry (supported by western companies)."
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