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Stumbled upon this article (see link below) as I was enjoying the free "anonymous" wifi at a local cafe in uptown Guangzhou. Sounds like we can wave goodbye to free wifi hotspots in china....
I still have 2 weeks left until I get my passport back and soon won't be able to do anything in china without having my ID checked or having to give up my privacy. They even check for IDs when boarding trains and subways these days.. (probably in anticipation of the Shenzhen Universiade). Just how far are they willing to go?
New regulations that require bars, bookstores, restaurants and hotels to install costly Web monitoring software are prompting some of them to cut Internet access.
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