China's internet censors have a blindspot: Cantonese
Posted on AllSides September 6th, 2022
From The Center
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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