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The Great Firewall of China is arguably the most challenging and impenetrable electronic censorship wall ever constructed. Search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other common ones are unavailable in China. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and WhatsApp are among the social media sites that are restricted.
Chinese consumers may access foreign websites like YouTube and Facebook thanks to a web browser called Tuber, supported by Qihoo 360. The Great Firewall of China prevents access to Google, Facebook, and Twitter in that nation. Virtual private networks, or VPNs, are typically the only access to them.
The Tuber browser is no longer available in app stores, and its website is inaccessible. What then is the predominant internet browsing method in China? China has the chance to develop its tech industry with local tech businesses like Alibaba, Tencent, and Baidu due to government surveillance and protection against foreign tech companies.