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post Sat 18th November 2006, 3:32am
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Wikipedia blocked once more in China
Taipei Times, Taiwan - 2 hours ago
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post Sat 18th November 2006, 7:28am
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Chinese cut off from Wikipedia
Boston Globe, United States - 44 minutes ago
One week after gaining unfettered access to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, Chinese Internet users have been cut off from the service again. ...
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post Sat 18th November 2006, 8:57am
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One week after gaining unfettered access to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia, Chinese Internet users have been cut off from the service again.

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post Sat 18th November 2006, 7:18am
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China Bans Wikipedia... Again
Tech2, India - 3 hours ago
China's easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia appears to have been short-lived. Users reported Friday that ...
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post Sat 18th November 2006, 9:44am
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Rob T Firefly writes "The International Herald Tribute reports that the lifting of China's Wikipedia ban earlier this week was short-lived. Wikipedia is once again inaccessible from behind the Great Firewall, along with all other Wikimedia projects. Additionally, the URL of Chinese Wikipedia is once again a banned search term. No reason has yet been given for any of it." From the article: "It

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post Sat 18th November 2006, 4:32pm
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Wikipedia access in China short-lived Users have said that the site, that became available unexpectedly, has once again become inaccessible. Wikipedia's English page became available in China last month, while the Chinese language version became accessible last week. It wasn't immediately clear if lack of access to the site was due to technical problems, or a block by the government.

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post Sat 18th November 2006, 5:05pm
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<img src=http://news.google.com/news?imgefp=SkN1NLcnjIUJ&imgurl=www.p2pnet.net/story_images/10473.jpg width=78 height=48 alt="" border=1>China blocks Wikipedia. Again.
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p2pnet.net News:- People in China had "unfettered" access the Wikipedia, said various reports yesterday. Access was not, of course ...
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post Sat 18th November 2006, 8:26pm
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The easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia in China was short-lived.

Barely a week after Wikipedia viewers were able to access the Web site -- after a year-long ban -- they reported Friday that it was blocked again in several parts of China.



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post Sat 18th November 2006, 8:26pm
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The easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia in China was short-lived.

Barely a week after Wikipedia viewers were able to access the Web site -- after a year-long ban -- they reported Friday that it was blocked again in several parts of China.



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post Sun 19th November 2006, 5:12am
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China Net users say Wikipedia may be blocked again
Pittsburgh Post Gazette, PA - 27 minutes ago
By Gillian Wong, AP. BEIJING -- China's easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia appears to have been short-lived. ...
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post Sun 19th November 2006, 5:13am
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BEIJING -- China's easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia appears to have been short-lived. Users reported late last week that the site was unavailable in several parts of China, barely a week after it suddenly became accessible.

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post Sun 19th November 2006, 1:48pm
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<img src=http://news.google.com/news?imgefp=H4u6gStEnxcJ&imgurl=www.zeenews.com/pics/ENV/wikipedia_news.jpg width=80 height=80 alt="" border=1>Wikipedia blocked again in China
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Barely a week after Wikipedia viewers were able to access the Web site -- after a year-long ban -- they reported on Friday that it was blocked again in several ...
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post Sun 19th November 2006, 6:34pm
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China's easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia appears to have been short-lived. Users reported Friday that the site was unavailable in several parts of China, barely a week after it suddenly became accessible.

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post Sun 19th November 2006, 9:48pm
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China's great firewall blanks out Wikipedia
Variety (subscription) - 26 minutes ago
By PATRICK FRATER. Online encyclopedia Wikipedia emerged from a yearlong ban in China last week to be accessed again by millions of Chinese Internet users. ...
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post Mon 20th November 2006, 6:50am
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ONLINE encyclopaedia Wikipedia was switched off in China only a few days after it had been permitted by the country's censors.

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post Mon 20th November 2006, 6:41am
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Wikipedia switched off in China again
Inquirer, UK - 42 minutes ago
... 31. ONLINE encyclopaedia Wikipedia was switched off in China only a few days after it had been permitted by the country's censors. ...
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post Mon 20th November 2006, 2:57pm
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Wikipedia Ban Back On In China
WebProNews, KY - 28 minutes ago
Only one week after the Chinese government released the ban placed on encyclopedia site Wikipedia, the ban appears to be back in effect. ...
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post Mon 20th November 2006, 3:02pm
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Only one week after the Chinese government released the ban placed on encyclopedia site Wikipedia, the ban appears to be back in effect. Wikipedia had only regained the ability to reach Chinese viewers with their free encyclopedia site one week ago, however the good news was short-lived. The site has been reportedly blocked in some parts of China again. Over a year ago the

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post Mon 20th November 2006, 3:35pm
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Wikipedia goes offline again in China
The Age, Australia - 20 minutes ago
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post Mon 20th November 2006, 2:38pm
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China's easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopedia Wikipedia appears to have been short-lived. Users reported that the site was unavailable in several parts of China, barely a week after it suddenly became accessible.

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