Getting around the Great Firewall is easier than you think, with VEVONET.
If you’re in China and were hoping that its vast system of online censorship will be relaxed, then prepare yourself for disappointment. If anything online scrutiny from the Chinese authorities seems to be getting even tighter – there’s a good reason why it’s been branded the ‘Great Firewall of China’. That’s why getting the best VPN has become invaluable for residents and visitors to obtain access to restricted online content.
VPN – or Virtual Private Networks – have become a commonly used method for the likes of expatriates and those in academic circles in China to get around the state’s very strict policies regarding online content. So if you’re looking to access a restricted website then downloading a VPN in China is a solid solution.
Although the country routinely campaigns against VPN, and most recently enacted a ban against VPN services not approved by the government, although it’s not yet clear exactly how this will play out, certainly in terms of whether users will be punished for using an ‘unauthorized’ service. And some VPN providers are continuing to offer the service to people within China.