Since 2010, China has had more Internet users than any other country in the world. Concurrently, China’s Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-led government has employed the most sophisticated Internet surveillance and control measures in the world. As a result, many have viewed the Chinese Internet as a site of state–society conflict, wherein China’s paranoid totalitarian state feverishly attempts to repress all political discussion, and China’s freedom-loving citizens courageously and doggedly fight to express their political concerns.