重要的是要認識到，中國在實現有組織的網絡空間控制戰略方面所發揮的作用，而不是在互聯網上製定過多的法律。針對明顯令人不快的網絡操作，中國政府和政府不僅制定了法律，還對互聯網進行了監管，還開展了心理活動和政府支持的宣傳。由於中國的政府使用了互聯網審查制度(Shirazi, 2012)，因此受到了來自外部力量和國內的許多譴責。中國的政府為自己辯護，反對對他們的指責，因為互聯網審查缺乏透明度和問責制(李，Salour， & Su, 2008)。 Deibert寫道，中國政府經常承認互聯網審查制度，往壞裡說就是欺騙，往好裡說就是前後矛盾。政府的官員和其他執行機構否認就與互聯網審查實踐相關的問題進行過任何形式的討論(鮑，王，鄭，2013)。
在某些情況下，政府的官員無法迴避這個問題，不得不公開發言，在這種情況下，他們在保護公共安全、社會道德、穩定和核心社會價值觀方面，非常聰明地採取了正當的步驟。政府也給出了另一個理由，以防止寶貴的社會倫理被西方文化腐蝕，以及他們已經採取的可衡量的步驟，他們是正確的。正如O’rourke (Li, Salour， & Su, 2008)所說，人權觀察組織、大赦國際、博客作者、記者無國界組織以及學者都是幫助揭露中國互聯網審查細節的非政府機構和個人。 Deibert曾寫道，對政府互聯網過濾的其他指控是共產黨領導的政府所提出的政治意識形態(Shirazi, 2012)。
It is very important to know that the role played by China to achieve a well-organized cyberspace control strategy instead of having too many set of laws on the internet. The government of China not only institute laws and the government of china in opposition to apparent unpleasant cyberspace operations has employed regulation on the internet but psychological campaigns and government-sponsored propaganda. A lot of condemnation has been received from the external forces as well as within the country itself as the government of China has employed the internet censorship (Shirazi, 2012).The government of China defends itself against the accusation made against them on the lack of transparency and accountability of internet censorship (Li, Salour, & Su, 2008). It has been written by Deibert that the frequent acknowledgment of internet censorship by the government of China has been deceitful at worst and inconsistent at best. The government officials and other implementing authorities have denied any kind of discussion on the issues that were regarding the internet censorship practices (Bao, Wang, & Zheng, 2013).
There came some situations when the officials of the government cannot avoid the question and had to speak publically and in that situation, they played very cleverly and justified their steps with respect to the protection of public safety, social ethics, stability and core societal values. Another justification has also been given by the government in order to prevent the valuable societal ethics that is corroded by the western culture, and the measurable steps that have been taken by them that they are correct. Human Right Watch, Amnesty International, Bloggers, Reporters without Borders, as well as academicians are most of the non-governmental institutions and individuals who have helped in exposing the detail of internet censorship of China, as said by O’Rourke (Li, Salour, & Su, 2008). It has been written by Deibert that other accusations that have been made against the internet filter of government are the political ideologies that have been made by the communist-led government (Shirazi, 2012).