Net Nanny Follies
Posted by Jeremy Goldkorn on Wednesday, July 2, 2008 at 12:45 AM
For the latest updates on the state of Twitter, please go to Danwei's Net Nanny Follies category.
Danwei readers in Beijing reported earlier today that Facebook seemed to be blocked. It was accessible in Shanghai this afternoon, but now seems to be blocked nationwide.
There's more about this in a post by Sky Canaves on the Wall Street Journal blog.
Meanwhile, in further China Olympic lock down news, Mei Fong reports on the Journal's blog:
One world, one dream.
Update 1: (July 2) Facebook is working again.
Update 2: Or perhaps not; see comments to this post.
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