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A radio is all they need.""People are afraid that they will be under surveillance if they use the internet," he said.
Some online commentators called for an informal network to be set up in the event of an internet shutdown using the Bluetooth function on smartphones."All you need is a smartphone, and for everyone to install a particular kind of app, and to fire up the Bluetooth, and you have a network," one commentator wrote on social media.Calls to Shi and Li's cell phones rang unanswered on Friday.Repeated calls to Beijing Normal University and the Shandong Institute of Industry and Commerce also rang unanswered during office hours on Friday.You can also review or see others reviews against the movies, and watching movies online is also available.Emol Watch and download over 200 classic films from 1900s to 1960s for free on your computer. Public Domain Torrents All the movies should be download by torrents, which means you have to download the movies via a bt software.Content that "vilifies and slanders" the party or state leaders is also off-limits, it says.
Government censors have recently moved to crack down on any form of online satire targeting the president.
with Comrade Xi Jinping at the core."Worry over dissent Political analysts say Xi's relatively new status as a "core" party leader, not seen since the days of former president Jiang Zemin, is a sign that the president is worried about internal dissent, rather than a sign that he has already won an internal power struggle.
Party members must also swear off visiting online porn sites, and from viewing content that promotes "feudal superstitions," according to the directive.
As the ruling Chinese Communist Party gears up for an all-important political congress later this year, the administration of President Xi Jinping has issued new rules aimed at limiting what party members can do online.
In an "opinion" issued this week, the party's powerful Central Propaganda Department warned its more than 60 million rank-and-file members not to engage in any "illegal" online behavior.
Retired Shandong University professor Sun Wenguang said the new rules will likely have more of an impact on younger people, however, and will likely push more people into using older forms of technology to get news of the world outside the Great Firewall."There are so many Chinese people online now, and most of them are young," Sun said.