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Update: “Google Fully Blocked In China?”

We thankfully have confirmation that the Chinese government did not engage in new censorship activity today in regards to Google, and that the dashboard application was simply reading a false positive. Follow the following links for more coverage on the misread: TechCrunch TNW

Google Fully Blocked in China?

There are unconfirmed reports from Google if censorship has occurred, but it seems as if Google services were rendered inaccessible today in mainland China. Following the recent controversial showdown between the Chinese government and Google that ended with China renewing Google’s operating license, the possibility of this type of possible retaliation from China caught many […]

Wikileaks Censored?

After speculation that whistle blowing site had fallen to pieces, it bounced back on Sunday releasing over 91,000 documents on the US military operations in Afghanistan and is being re-heralded as the future of investigative journalism and whistle blowing. This position though has brought the site into the line of fire once more from […]

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