In 1993, Rupert Murdoch famously said that the Internet would be a "threat to totalitarian regimes everywhere." It makes sense, then, that most, if not all, countries that are widely seen as such have taken great measures to keep the Internet, and its users, under tight control. The goal being to make sure no dissenting opinions are published or consumed. One such country is China. The People's Republic has developed a sophisticated system of filters to block, well, anything it wants. If you ever wondered just how the Internet works under the clenched-fist of China, keep reading.