In this portion of the book, I turn attention to the China of today, when the Internet prevailed in the whole country. I cite two examples that occurred in the 2010s to explore the capacity of the Internet to defy the authoritarian regime’s rigid censorship. I argue that the Internet, as an instantaneous, interactive, participatory, and simultaneous medium, blurs the line between producers and consumers of the news. It creates a novel environment where information could be produced, distributed, and processed, and views and opinions are thus decentralized.