Google took over the whole world. Or almost. China understood very well that the new geopolitical arena is information. That's why the Chinese government has blocked Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. In 2010, Google refused to comply with the censorship laws in China and moved its search engine servers to Hong Kong. Resulting in a Google China standoff. This confrontation shows us that cyberspace is not a free space; instead, national cyber borders are being raised higher and higher in addition to an increase in the trade wars which are being fought, and the "kill switches" that have now come into existence. Meanwhile, unfiltered information is becoming a precious good for netizens.