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Landed in Beijing to find pollution isn't too bad today but Gmail can't download on phone without VPN. China becomes more unwelcoming. — Edward Wong (@comradewong) December 29, 2014At the New York Times, Edward Wong and Kiki Zhao report that the Chinese government has blocked third-party access to Google’s Gmail, a method used by many in China to more reliably access the email service: The blocking began last Friday and has ignited anger and frustration
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The Wall Street Journal reports that exiled Chinese writer Liao Yiwu’s Facebook account has been suspended: Liao Yiwu, who lives in Berlin,
While in Hong Kong for the annual Wikimania conference, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales told the Wall Street Journal that he will not censor his
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As Facebook is set the launch the most-anticipated IPO in years, observers are wondering if and when the company will attempt to enter the China
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