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The Chinese government is building an alternative Internet environment

The Chinese government intends to build an alternative Internet environment, improving the data filtering system. Filters protect national Internet companies from strong foreign competitors, and do not miss materials criticizing the government.

With the help of technology virtual private networks - VPN - access to American services such as Google is significantly difficult. Thus, the authorities are trying to strengthen control over the American high-tech companies operating in the country.

The Chinese media claim that this does not mean isolation of the Chinese Internet from the global one. There is a blocking of certain foreign sites according to certain criteria, as a result of which the benefits for local IT companies outweigh the disadvantages.

Christopher Dobbing, the director of VogmaskChina, takes a different view: “I can't do business without a VPNDobbing says. - It is clear that the government wants to protect itself from certain risks, but I want to continue working. "

Independent consultant from Shanghai Lihen Bai also notes certain problems encountered by teachers and students in connection with the tightening of data filtering:“Access to the latest educational and scientific information is difficult. The worldview is narrowed and limited. Search results for the same query on Google and Chinese Baidu are very different. "

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