Their public law is pretty good
It looks good on paper, but in reality there's no such thing as a fair trial. Corruption and intimidation are rampant too.
Internet usage is not restricted to a sense, as China operates on an open market, therefore you can buy and sell all the stuff you want.
All the stuff you want that isn't "corrupting" or "decadent" or "destabilizing" or criticize the government
Websites(Youtube coming foremost) are blocked. But then again, when California is putting bans on M-rated video games, and free music is rare, what is the problem?
The problem is the little matter of scale.
That said, I'm not a fan of censorship in California either, or anywhere else for that matter.