China VPN ban came into effect on March 31, 2018 but Trust.Zone VPN still working in China with no issues for 95% chinese customers. read more...comments: 0
Blogging service Medium is not available in China anymore – according to recent reports. Majority of Medium users in China confirmed that Medium has been blocked by Great Firewall in China. Experts suppose that the main reason is a recent Medium update, allowing publishers to host their content on the site. It means the blogs that may have previously been banned in the region to become available to internet users in China. A few days ago, Time and The Economist were also blocked by Chinese authorities. The websites were blocked as a result of recently published articles about China.read more...comments: 0
The Chinese authorities has two major ways to control what Chinese internet users see on the internet: “The Great Firewall” - the system of restricting access to popular websites and services like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Gmail, YouTube and etc. and “Golden Shield Project” - the system of censorship which blocks “unfriendly” incoming traffic and data from outside of China. read more...comments: 0
VPN blocking is a technique to block the secured tunneling communications methods used by VPN. This technique is used by big companies, government agencies or ISPs. Recently, many VPN services warned of ‘increased censorship” in China. China is doing its best to make sure its workers cannot use VPNs to bypass Great Firewall of China. read more...comments: 0
Recently, Brazil has banned the popular messaging application WhatsApp. Judge in Brazil issued a court order blocking the WhatsApp for 72 hours in the whole country. This case had a short term and successful conclusion. It’s still banned in UAE, Qatar. There are many connectivity issues with WhatsApp, Viber and Skype in China. Last year the UK PM David Cameron expressed a desire to ban WhatsApp, Snapchat, iMessage in the UK.
With a VPN internet users are able to unblock any VoIP and text messaging services like WhatsApp, Snapchat, Viber, Telegram and other. Here is guide how to overcome censorship and blocking of chat applications.read more...comments: 0
The Chinese government will unblock social networks Facebook and Twitter as well as search engine Google during the 2015 World Championships in Athletics – according to the general secretary of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Essar Gabriel.
During the last years, China authorities restricted access to all major popular social networks Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, email services like Gmail and Yahoo, search engines like Google, Yahoo, Bing and other. According to a Harvard study, at least 18,000 websites are blocked from within China, including 12 out of the Top 100 most popular websites in the world. read more...