FILE - In this Jan 23, 2008 file photo, a computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China's Liaoning province. Word leaked out slowly, spread by tech-savvy folks on Twitter: Internet porn is now openly available in China. Is the new access to online pornography a policy change or a trap? It throws into sharp relief what many see as the main mission of China's aggressive Internet censorship: blocking content that might challenge the political authority of the communist government. (AP Photo/File)

FILE - In this Jan 23, 2008 file photo, a computer user is silhouetted with a row of computer monitors at an Internet cafe in Shenyang, in northern China's Liaoning province. Word leaked out slowly, spread by tech-savvy folks on Twitter: Internet porn is now openly available in China. Is the new access to online pornography a policy change or a trap? It throws into sharp relief what many see as the main mission of China's aggressive Internet censorship: blocking content that might challenge the political authority of the communist government. (AP Photo/File)