China's internet censors have a blindspot: Cantonese

Posted on AllSides September 6th, 2022
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Thanks to Beijing’s sprawling internet censorship apparatus, content critical of the Chinese government rarely survives on the internet for long. As a result, users have become adept at using code like “Martian” language, emojis, and braille to evade censors.

Sometimes, however, even everyday language is enough to confound online censorship mechanisms.

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