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China is such a stupid country LOL

Google and China are again at odds, this time with accusations by Google that China is interfering with Gmail. Internet users in China have reported difficulties with Gmail over the last few weeks, complaining that the email service is slow or unavailable.

While it's been made to look as though it's a technical problem on Google's end, the search engine giant says that the Chinese government is responsible. "There is no technical issue on our side. We have checked extensively," says a Google spokesperson. "This is a government blockage carefully designed to look like the problem is with Gmail."


The Guardian contends that the move by the Chinese government may be a response to the "Jasmine Revolution" - an online effort to spur pro-democracy efforts in China following the uprisings in the Middle East.

Whatever the motivation, it isn't the first time that Google and China have run into problems with each other. In January of last year, Google accused China of launching hacking attacks, an effort purportedly to gain access to the accounts of Chinese dissidents.

The issues with Gmail make it the latest Google product that cannot be fully accessed in China, joining YouTube, Blogger, and Google Maps as banned or restricted services. Google has refused to comply with the Chinese governments censorship demands, and as a result has seen its search engine market share continue to drop in China.

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Originally posted by dkmystery

China is such a stupid country LOL

Google and China are again at odds, this time with accusations by Google that China is interfering with Gmail. Internet users in China have reported difficulties with Gmail over the last few weeks, complaining that the email service is slow or unavailable.

While it's been made to look as though it's a technical problem on Google's end, the search engine giant says that the Chinese government is responsible. "There is no technical issue on our side. We have checked extensively," says a Google spokesperson. "This is a government blockage carefully designed to look like the problem is with Gmail."


The Guardian contends that the move by the Chinese government may be a response to the "Jasmine Revolution" - an online effort to spur pro-democracy efforts in China following the uprisings in the Middle East.

Whatever the motivation, it isn't the first time that Google and China have run into problems with each other. In January of last year, Google accused China of launching hacking attacks, an effort purportedly to gain access to the accounts of Chinese dissidents.

The issues with Gmail make it the latest Google product that cannot be fully accessed in China, joining YouTube, Blogger, and Google Maps as banned or restricted services. Google has refused to comply with the Chinese governments censorship demands, and as a result has seen its search engine market share continue to drop in China.


LOL LOL LOL
Chinese government is communist, so it wants to control everything that goes by in the nation! LOL

I remember the video that you posted wherein the lawyers from Yahoo/Google and 3 other firms were arguing that Chinese government asked them for details of ppl n they gave in! LOL

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So anyone keepping eye on the Libya war going on? Wacko

Manal you are in the middle east region, and thakfully UAE is not facing any protest situation, like other Libya, Behrain, Saudi Arabia! Ouch

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