The Guardian published a cool interactive about the many shapes of the Internet, focusing on states like China, Russia or Cuba.

The article is designed as an immersive experience — a good idea judging that most citizens of the Western world have no idea of what it’s like to browse a censored Web, or simply other platforms than Google or Facebook. What really stands out is the graphic mimicking of these foreign platforms, which is delightful but remains pretty smooth to read.

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