Censorship backfiring in one of the biggest-ever Internet blackouts in China

January 23rd, 2014   Theme: Internet Freedom

A disruption lasting as long as eight hours affected China’s 600 million Internet users Tuesday. Experts suspect the cause to be a flawed effort by Chinese Web censors to block sites the government deems subversive, reports the Washington Post.

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