【禁聞】中共砌高牆 網民反網控

【新唐人2011年3月8日訊】北非、中東爆發顏色革命以來,中共加緊並擴大了對互聯網的控制。當局不但加強了防火牆,還增加網路過濾辭彙,封堵大陸網民獲得自由信息。而中國的網民也正在以各種方式跟當局打一場反網控的“游擊戰”。

經過2月大面積斷網、封網之後,從3月4號開始,北京網民又無法登錄Gmail和Gtalk等境外網站。

中共當局近期在「敏感辭彙列表」中增加了不少內容。如果在網上搜索“茉莉花”,得到的答復就是一個白色的網頁。就連美國駐中國大使洪博培的名字也成為中國一些微博網站搜索的敏感詞,不是搜索沒有結果,就是網頁無法顯示。

一位不願透露姓名的大陸網民向記者表示,現在要了解中國究竟發生了甚麼事情,只有翻牆。

大陸網民:“沒有任何可靠的信息,只能聽它洗腦吧。那如果有翻牆,我可以看CCTV的報導,也可以看『大紀元』的報導,我就知道真正中國發生甚麼事情。如果沒有翻牆,我只能看CCTV的報導,我並不知道中國發生了甚麼事情。”

中國1995年引進互聯網,1999年中共開始封鎖境外傳播真實信息的網站,到2001年“網路長城”建成。而就在這一年,由美國的法輪功學員組成的非盈利組織“全球網路自由聯盟”成立了,加盟的四家網路公司開發的破網軟體,一舉撬動了看似固若金湯的“網路長城”。

大陸網民:“我也一直受了它(中共)教育這麼多年了,以為它很正確,但是我知道翻牆軟體之後,知道它做了很多事是不正確的,許多事情是要受到清算的,這是一個人的變化,有一個人的變化,就會有許多人的變化,從量變到質變。”

美國國會2月18號發表的一份研究報告指出:“全球網路自由聯盟”開發的破網軟體,以“無界流覽”和“自由門”最為有效。“

目前,很多大陸網友都在積極的向身邊的朋友推薦使用“全球網路自由聯盟”開發的破網軟體。這位網民建議,海外媒體也應該大力宣傳翻牆軟體。

大陸網民:“像媒體的宣傳還是很重要的,比我們個人的力量要強大。你們這個媒體多加大宣傳,怎麼能幫助大陸人能翻出去,用最好最簡便的方法翻進去,我覺得是你們應該做的最好的事,最主要的事。”

另外,中國網民對付當局網路封堵還有一些辦法。北京的歷史學家章立凡向《美國之音》表示,還可以通過VPN等來突破中共的網堵。

VPN(Virtual Private Network)被稱為「虛擬專用網」,網路用戶不需要真正連接上被封鎖的網站,只需要被列入一個網路平臺,就跟在國外使用電腦一樣。最近一、二年,中國很多網民開始利用這種反網路封堵的方式。

而前《新華社》記者高瑜對付網控的辦法,一個是翻牆,或者是在審查不嚴的網站看博客,另外一個則是,上中國的官方網站。她表示,可以從官員的講話和官網的文章中捕捉敏感信息,因為中共是不會封這些官方網站的,否則整個國家就癱瘓了。

新唐人記者李靜、黃容特約記者林莉採訪報導。

Chinese Netizens』 Anti-Censorship as the CCP Builds Internet Firewall

After recent revolutions took place in North Africa
and the Middle East, the CCP has intensified the
internet control. Besides strengthening the Internet
firewall, the authorities also added network filter terms
to prevent Chinese netizens from receiving free info.
Netizens are fighting an anti-consorship guerrilla war.

After the Internet paralysis taking place in February,
on March 4, Beijing netizens started to have trouble
accessing overseas websites like Gmail and Gtalk.

The authorities recently expanded “sensitive word list."
An online search for “Jasmine" turns into a blank page.
Even the U.S. ambassador to China, Huntsman has
become a sensitive word on some micro-blog sites.
A search of Huntsman shows
“page cannot be displayed.”

An anonymous netizen told reporters,
to know what is happening in China,
one has to circumvent the firewall.

Netizen: No reliable info inside China; we can only
be brainwashed listening to it.
If I circumvent the firewall,
I can read the Epoch Times and compare to CCTV,
then I know what is really taking place in China.
Otherwise, I can only watch CCTV and still do not
know what』s truly happening in China.

The Internet was introduced to China in 1995.
In 1999, the CCP began to block overseas websites
that disseminate truthful information.
In 2001, the “Great Firewall of China" was built.
In the same year, the U.S. Falun Gong practitioners
founded the non-profit
“Global Internet Freedom Consortium."
The software developed by its 4 participating firms
has shaken the seemingly impregnable “Great Firewall."

Netizen: I received the CCP』s education for so many
years, and I thought it was always correct until
I flipped the wall and learnt that many things it did
was punishable. As one person changes,
many more people will change.
Quantitative changes will lead to qualitative changes.

A report published by the U.S. Congress on Feb. 18
pointed out that Global Internet Freedom Consortium』s
software Ultrasurf and Free Gate are the most effective.

Many netizens are enthusiastically recommending
these anti-blockage software to their friends.
One netizen suggested that foreign media should
also vigorously promote these software packages.

Netizen: The media promotion is very important,
more powerful than our individual efforts.
NTD should increase its coverage of the software
to help the Chinese people flip the wall
in the best and most convenient way.
I think it』s the most important thing you should do.

Chinese netizens have other means to flip the wall.
Beijing historian Zhang Lifan told Voice of America,
Virtual Private Network (VPN) could be used.

Using VPN (Virtual Private Network), netizens don』t
need to be connected to the blocked sites.
They only need to be included on a network platform,
and they can use computers as if they were abroad.
In the recent 2 years, many netizens began using VPN.

Ex-Xinhua journalist Gao Yu uses 2 approaches
to break info censorship. One is to circumvent
the firewall or read blogs on sites with less monitoring.
The other is to view the authorities』 official websites.
She explained that sensitive info can be captured
from officials』 speeches and official website articles,
because the CCP would not block these official sites,
otherwise the whole country would be paralyzed.

NTD reporters Li Jing,Huang Rong and Lin Li

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