China decides to lift the prohibition of the internet for a province to support tourism

الصين تقرر رفع حظر الانترنت عن إحدى مقاطعاتها لدعم السياحة

The newspaper reported the South China morning that the Chinese government decided to lift the ban on Internet in the province of Hainan, according to the report, the provincial government will lift the ban on global networks such as Twitter, Facebook, WhatsApp, and other foreign tourists.

This has put the Government of Hainan Island plan period of 3 years to allow the abolition of the ban and decoding Internet censorship in place to enhance the availability of foreign tourists and give them greater comfort during their presence, as part of a plan to improve the island’s free-trade area in 2020.

It can be said that lifting the ban won’t be full network knowledge, so that the lift will allow users access to networks and global sites previously blocked with ease unlike the rest of the provinces of China, but the state will continue to monitor the activity of users on the internet.

Recall that the Chinese government had published the news on its official website, but she deleted it the next day without giving any reasons.

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