Banned in China
Posted by Jeff Id on March 10, 2010
For some of the new crowd here, tAV is considered a banned site (on and off) in China. I was able to get to WUWT but not tAV, then on a different trip, could get to both. It appears our free speech labor friends overseas see all of blogland as a threat now. It’s funny though, the Asian culture is so enamored with technology that when you’re over there, it seems like all of them know how to get around the blocks. I wonder if Real Climate, Climate Progress or Tamino had any problems.
David Jay said
If you have reason to visit the middle kingdom again, make sure you have a VPN or remote desktop set up. WordPress is back on the naughty list.
I am only able to get to wordpress sites (tAV, WUWT, CA) though my remote desktop.