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Sadly, it seems slashdot.org is banned in China also. It's been 24 hours and people still can't get into the site.
Possible of Banning of Slashdot.org in China
Posted at 01:09 AM in Awaiting a Democratic HK | Permalink
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Just got back to Beijing, and I can access Slashdot just fine.
Yes, there's filtering on the mainland. But for internet access in China, this old quote is very applicable: "Never ascribe to malice what you can to incompetence." I temporarily lose access to enough sites (on a regular basis) that I am pretty wary about yelling 'blocked!'
Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 03:42 AM
Will check out. Nice quote. Who is it from? I think it's great!
Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 08:13 AM
Dan, seems you are the only person who can see the site up there. Are you on some company server or a educational institute or US government, who already has proxy in place as well as maybe routed through HK or US anyway? Some places have already done that. I remember reading you were at the US ambassidor's house once. I assume you are well connected.
Wednesday, March 31, 2004 at 10:23 AM
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