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The Chinese government has recently blocked access to sites such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, which are the “roots” of the internet. Then internet users in the country have started to use private networks and VPNs, as a solution to bypass the restriction
But the Chinese government, which has not yet spoken the last word, has finally thrown out the step that internet users are afraid of. From this week, VPN use in China is now forbidden. Now VPN use and access to the internet via private cable connections will not be possible without an approval from the Chinese government.
According to the new regulations and rules
announced by the China’s Ministry of Industry and Information
Technology, the use of VPNs will be banned from March 2018 and the use
will be criminalized to ensure that internet connection is ‘healthy’.