The following words are yuumei's own when she uploaded the intro to the comic:
Living under an authoritarian regime is not fun. Extensive censorship meant no Facebook, no Youtube, and no porn.
Fortunately for Vance, being a hacker makes scaling the Great Firewall a walk in the park. With the free web at his fingertips, Vance should be happy but he's not. Maybe there's something missing in his life that porn just cannot replace.
Maybe it's a girlfriend.
So it's not weird at all to hack into the university to assign himself a hot female roommate, right? That's just taking fate into your own hands, or something along those lines, right?
Too bad fate had other plans in mind and Vance is dragged into a crazy conspiracy to overthrow the government by his most-definitely-not-female roommate.
College is meant to be exciting, but not this exciting. Between failed dates, failed grades, and maybe not quite failed hacks, Vance will slowly come to question the morality of his actions and the true price of freedom.
Is this what democracy looks like?
In times and days like these where information can definitely be regarded as a part of our personal rights as well as a weapon as the data of millions of people is collected for e.g. being able to anticipate possible terrorist attacks while other states control the internet access of their citizens and censor almost anything, yuumei's webcomic definitely has actuality and notability.
The comic-art itself is absolutely well made with much love for detail and great coloring. But check out for yourself as I feel that I won't get it to the point xD I definitely recommend this webcomic to everyone interested
Here's the link to the Intro
P.S.: About the porn-thing... you'll see if you read the chapter parts which have been uploaded so far