Posted by Jeremy Goldkorn on Friday, August 1, 2008 at 5:59 PM
The last two days have seen some serious complaints from the international media about China's ongoing Internet censorship, which was supposed to be suspended at least for international media during the Games: see Jane Macartney's piece in The Times published this morning: How internet Great Firewall is souring relations with the media.
And the sun has come out and the sky is blue in Beijing.
However, websites of organizations like Fаlungong and Tibetan exile organizations are still blocked.
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