It shows clearly how much the internet censorship has affected the business environment of multinationals in China. In the year 2006, Google decided it after many viability studies to launch Google.cn that was the censored search engine. At that time, it was not at all successful in gaining the significant market share as compared to Baidu, which was the search engine of China.
At present, in the mainland of the Peoples Republic of China, there is an extraordinary censorship over the World Wide Web (WWW). There are many sites that are considered sensitive by the government of China because those sites discuss the crackdown on Tiananmen Square Protestors in the year 1989, Falun Gong, Dalai Lama, the banned spiritual movements and many more issues (Feng, 2015). It always appears Connection Reset, if anybody in China tries to search for the URLs and names that are related to the topics highlighted above. It is very difficult for the people of China as they are not allowed to read any kind of information about certain issues and they are not even allowed to use Hotmail and twitter, and the reason behind it is that they cannot share their ideas about religion and politics with each other in order to prevent them from organizing any kind of protest against the government of China. It has been suggested by many that people of China should have the freedom to read any kind of articles and information, publish any sort of posts on the internet on any kind of social sites without any limitations by the Chinese authorities. The decisions that have been taken by the government are very not fair and unreasonable.
As compared to the citizens of Hong Kong and the United State, the citizen of the China does not have fewer rights. In fact, the people of China enjoys all kind of rights that are enjoyed by the people of most of the countries, such as obtaining information by the means of communication, which is the right of every people. Attention has been raised by Hilary Clinton, the Secretary of State of today’s world’s most successful democracy to the communist features of the censorship. The online censorship by the countries of China, Vietnam and China to the rise of the communist Europe warns that an innovative ‘information curtain’ is susceptible to go down on the world unless actions to defend internet freedoms are taken. Although there are many people in the country of China who are not interested in gaining the information about those specific religious and political issues, there are still some people who are interested in knowing about those facts and information. Therefore, these interested people should be allowed to access to this information without any kind of obligations by the authorities and government of China, as all the humans are entitled to these right. There are no justified and sensible reasons that stop the people of China to dispossess from the web services that have been mentioned above.