Wednesday, July 20, 2011

At opposite ends

It's kinda official. Google+ has been blocked in China. The rumor started two weeks ago, that even at its infancy, Google+ is already being blocked or throttled.

This comes as no surprise. As many bloggers point out, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and Foursquare have already been banned in China. Youtube, one of Google's products, is also blocked there. Google has even accused the Chinese government of throttling access to its website.

Living in the social networking capital of the world, I wonder what people in China do in place of Facebook. or Twitter.

Ixara Maroto, Fifth post

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