Re: Nothing. Nadda. Zip. Zilch.
"Which is done by appealing to them. That does not require they follow every brain dead idea of every foreign countries government, but by actually providing what the people want."
You mean the law? Yeah, it tends to mean that, actually.
"You assume by that the site is broken. Which leads to a big problem because under China's laws a lot of the internet is 'broken' and so all should be fixed to praise the Communist party?"
I bet you if you want to sell stuff to Chinese people, and even if you are just nearby, and the Chinese government tells you to change your website, you do it. For example, even places that don't sell in China changed the name of Taiwan.
And this is about actual real stuff, not the Chinese being twats.