- Nov 1, 2016
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With VPN clampdown, China’s firewall fills in its cracks
A chill wind whips down the walkways on the campus of Peking University, the selective academy that attracts China’s best and brightest students. Strolling past the stone steps and upturned roof of the university library, a law student vents about how China’s ruling Communist Party is tightening controls on information. “It’s harder this year than last year” to bypass the firewall that government censors use to block thousands of blacklisted websites, says the student.