Checkout The List Of Apps And Websites Blocked By The Chinese Government

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The Chinese Government give three of its major telecom carriers an ultimatum to block all personal VPNs by February 1, 2018. You can see the report HERE. What most of you may not know, it that before now, China has already block some major international website such as Facebook, Youtube and Google.com. In this post, we will be looking at a list of the major apps and website as well as other tools which the country government decided to block giving the reason that they are considered “dangerous” for the Chinese citizens. See list below.


Social
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, Snapchat, Picasa, WordPress.com, Blogspot, Blogger, Flickr, SoundCloud, Google+, Google Hangouts, Hootsuite.

Apps
Google Play,Line, KaKao Talk, WhatsApp (Partially on July 2017).

Search engines
Google.com and majority of local versions like Google.com.hk, Google.fr, Duck Duck Go, and also various foreign versions of Baidu and Yahoo.

Media
The New York Times, Finacial Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Economist Bloomberg, Reuters, LeMonde, L’Equipe (What do they have against the French?), Netflix, Youtube, Vimeo, Google News, Daily Motion, many pages of Wikipedia, Wikileaks.

Work tools
Google Drive, Google Docs, Gmail, Google Calendar (generally all Google services), Dropbox, ShutterStock, iStockPhotos, WayBackMachine, Scribd, Xing, Android, and many VPN sites.

Porn
Porn sites are almost all blocked; I don’t know of any exceptions.

Source: Saporedicina


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