China Continues to Build The Great Firewall

Filed as News on October 16, 2009 9:37 am

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The Lost Laowai blog has updated its list of blocked website in China. New additions include Friendfeed, Vimeo and URL shorteners Bit.ly and Post.ly, to just name a few. These sites and services join Twitter, YouTube, WordPress.com and TypePad blogs, Facebook, Tumblr, and a bunch of other sites where you can speak your mind. See the post for more on this.

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  1. By Young posted on October 16, 2009 at 12:46 pm
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    I feel sorry for the GFW, since it’s a pity for our country. And I am also sad for GFW, since it makes me hard to surf online. But anyway, I think the situation will go on well soon, since NO CHINESE will allow the country go one bad.

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