Blogger gets blocked again in China
Access to Google's free weblog service, Blogger, appears once again to be blocked by official censors in China, less than two months after the service became accessible to users there. Weblogs, or blogs as they are more commonly known, are personal websites that are similar to online diaries, allowing people to record events in their lives, share pictures, or comment on politics and current events.
The Chinese government has a policy of blocking access to internet sites that it deems undesirable but the specifics of these efforts, which can change over time, are not generally acknowledged by officials in public. Blogger gets blocked again in China News - PC Advisor
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