Isn’t there a thin line between what you now want to do at the senate and what the Chinese government does? It all seems to be censorship. Where exactly is the line between censorship and free speech, human rights, and all those moral ideals? The Chinese government, which I hate for its anti-muslim programs against the Uyghurs might argue its censorship is for security reasons just like the US is tormenting Snowden, Assange, and others.
The difference between the Chinese and US government is that the Chinese request official access to citizens' privacy while the US hypocritically does it behind citizens’ backs.
Aren’t all governments evil after all?