We typed China’s censors typically direct their energy toward politically charged phrases, banning terms like “64” (a reference to the Tiananmen massacre) or “Bo Xilai” (the disgraced politician).
But sexual content is also controversial in the eyes of the nation’s internet authorities.
While talking to Piper in Blood Donut, she says "When I made bad decisions in life, I didn't get caught.
Susan Fischer was a rookie Corrections Officer at Litchfield Penitentiary, portrayed by Lauren Lapkus.
In his breakdown, he discovered the app has a complete lack of encryption, enabling any marginally competent hacker to access usernames, passwords, phone numbers, and even conversations inside the app.
But Salibra also found an equally puzzling set of code: A list of sexually charged phrases like “hookup buddy” and “get a room” had been flagged as “foul.” Users who attempt to enter them in a chat room will receive a warning message, either in Chinese or English depending on the app settings.
She once worked bagging groceries at Fairway in Red Hook, Brooklyn, and remembers Piper as a customer. Fischer was perhaps the only one of Litchfield's staff to consistently demonstrate genuine empathy for the inmates, often making remarks in an attempt to "level" with them on the unjust nature of incarceration. She has dark brunette hair and usually wears her hair up in a bun. She has an unusually round face with a very pleasant and youthful appearance.
She has prominent smile lines extending to her chin.