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Google briefly worked out a way of bypassing China’s Great Firewall

March 28, 2016 - Uncategorized

Last night, Web users in China had access to all of Google’s services – something that the country’s Great Firewall was supposed to prevent. From 11:30pm on Sunday to 1:15am on Monday morning (local time), people with IP addresses based in mainland China could use YouTube and Google’s search facility. Traditionally, people would go through a VPN to access these services, but for 105 minutes they didn’t need to. However, other Western sites such as Facebook remained blocked. Many took to social networking sites such as WeChat and Weibo to pronounce a return of free speech in China, reports the South…

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