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China Blocks More Internet Services

tringme (1352127) writes | about 6 years ago

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Dave (1352127) writes "China continue to block more and more popular service. This week they blocked itunes, youtibe and now its TringMe, a popular VoIP 2.0 service. From TringMe's Blog "We received close to hundred complaints from our China users that TringMe services is not accessible from yesterday. We have found after our investigation that TringMe is blocked by Chinese government. Earlier China blocked Skype and now they are turning their eye to TringMe. TringMe is extremely popular in China and we have a large number of paying customers in China including a Chinese social network with 3 million users using TringMe's API & services." http://blog.tringme.com/china-blocks-tringme/"
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