Chinese surfers breaks the wall
Chinese surfers have become skilled finding proxies or websites that let them through the Great Red Firewall to reach blocked sites. And the authorities is closing them down but a couple of weeks later they are up and running on some other server. The Amnesty and other human rights watch-organisations have been critizing companies who sell the means of censorship to the chinese government.
But as Liu Qing, one of the 'prominent' dissidents released from jail in 1992, and now chairman of the Human Rights in China-organisation say: "There is no way the Government can be successful in really controlling the internet. That's why in China these days you can see all kinds of organisations and activities springing up, moving the country towards real change,".