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June 22, 2005

Typepad Blogs Blocked in China

Freedom of speech:

RConversation: Confirmed: All Typepad blogs blocked in China: Asiapundit first sounded the alarm. Now it's confirmed. All Typepad blogs, including this one, cannot be seen in China. (Note that Blogger has been blocked in China for some time.) I asked some people in China to attempt accessing this blog and a long list of other random Typepad blogs (including ones that never discuss China), without using a proxy. None could be accessed. Now all Typepad blogs wanting to be seen in China will have to migrate to another blog hosting service or onto an independent server...

Which is why I should remind people that I'm still keeping a local mirror of my weblog on my office machine. Its RSS feed is: http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/movable_type/index.rdf

Posted by DeLong at June 22, 2005 04:47 PM