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> Wikipedia blocked again in China, Metamucil "seems to have no effect," say admins
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post Mon 20th November 2006, 2:31pm
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Wikipedia Blocked Again In China
Portal IT, Romania - 2 hours ago
... According to reports from numerous Chinese Internet-users both the Chinese and the English versions of Wikipedia have become unavailable in China. Again. ...
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post Mon 20th November 2006, 3:32pm
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Wikipedia goes offline again in China
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - 2 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 Tue 21st November 2006, 9:46pm
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China Blocks Wikipedia Access -- Again
MacNewsWorld, CA - 16 minutes ago
By Hiawatha Bray. Chinese Internet users have again been denied free access to the online encylopedia Wikipedia. Though Chinese authorities ...
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post Tue 21st November 2006, 9:45pm
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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. Andrew Lih, a former journalism professor at Hong Kong University who tracks censorship in China, wrote on his blog last week that people throughout the country are unable to contact Wikipedia.

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post Tue 21st November 2006, 9:41pm
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China Blocks Wikipedia Access -- Again
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By Hiawatha Bray. Chinese Internet users have again been denied free access to the online encylopedia Wikipedia. Though Chinese authorities ...
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China Blocks Wikipedia Access -- Again
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By Hiawatha Bray. Chinese Internet users have again been denied free access to the online encylopedia Wikipedia. Though Chinese authorities ...
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post Tue 21st November 2006, 9:39pm
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China Blocks Wikipedia Access -- Again
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China Blocks Wikipedia Access -- Again
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By Hiawatha Bray. Chinese Internet users have again been denied free access to the online encylopedia Wikipedia. Though Chinese authorities ...
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post Wed 22nd November 2006, 7:02am
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Wikipedia ban back in place?
Legalbrief (subscription), South Africa - 21 minutes ago
China's easing of a ban on the popular online encyclopaedia Wikipedia appears to have been short-lived. Users have reported that ...
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post Fri 24th November 2006, 1:19am
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Wikipedia blocked then unblocked again in China
Multilingual Search, UK - 24 minutes ago
Wikipedia, a Web-based free content encyclopedia, has recently been unblocked again China according to the Information World Review. ...
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post Fri 24th November 2006, 10:04pm
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Wikipedia sorts out the China blocking moves
Multilingual Search, UK - 26 minutes ago
I earlier posted that China blocked and unblocked Wikipedia and that it was now available in most of China. That information was ...
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post Sat 25th November 2006, 2:46pm
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Last Week in China - Baidu, Blogger and a China Summer Ends Some of the more noteworthy news tidbits that happened in China last week. Baidu wins lawsuit over MP3’s A bit more than a week ago Chinese search engine Baidu won a MP3 copyright infringement case lawsuit, brought to court by 7 of the world’s largest music [...]

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