· October, 2007

Stories about China from October, 2007

China: YouTube blocked and then some

Is YouTube blocked in China? YouTube is blocked in China. And accompanying the news are more mentions of pathological GFW paroxysms than usual; blogspot is back, so is Flickr, sort...

China: Can using a proxy tool be dangerous?

Just days before we were reminded that China remains the world's largest “prison” for bloggers and online journalists, with the former now at as great a threat as traditional reporters,...

Two interesting documents on censorship

Two interesting documents related to Internet censorship and circumvention were published yesterday: (1) “Everyone's Guide to By-Passing Internet Censorship for Citizens Worldwide”. This is a rich and user-friendly guide released...

China: Removing the blocked RSS rumor

Very annoying hearsay and bullshit is how the anonymous rumor from this past weekend that all RSS feeds have been blocked in China has been judged by bloggers both in...

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