Net Nanny Follies
Posted by Jeremy Goldkorn on Monday, March 17, 2008 at 9:20 AM
Youtube is blocked, the websites of The Guardian and L.A. Times newspapers are not currently accessible in Beijing; we have reader reports of the Yahoo home page not loading from around the country.
This is going to be quite a spring time in Beijing.
Update: The satellite TV feeds for CNN and BBC appear to be have been removed from the lineup of TV stations available inside Beijing's diplomatic compounds, where many foreign journalists live and work. But reports from upscale hotels and other apartment complexes in Beijing are not having any problems seeing those stations.
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