Man Fined $76,000 And jailed For Selling VPN In Southern China
A man in southern China was sentenced to 5 and a half years in prison for selling a virtual private network to bypass Internet censorship, amid Beijing's crackdown to enforce his infamous "Great Firewall." Wu Xiangyang, of the Guangxi Autonomous Region, also received a fine of 500,000 yuan (US $ 76,000)