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Q: Has anyone else lost Youtube and other sites the last two weeks?

Not to use the three letter application that people use to access certain websites, has anyone lost the ability to do so the last two weeks or so?

 

Mine worked beautifully for about two years and then about two weeks ago, it was cut off, and now I cannot access the three letter application to turn on YouTube.

 

I would like to know what everyone else uses to access these websites I cannot get.

1 year 35 weeks ago in  Web & Technology - China

 
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Whatever name you'll post here, it will get blocked soon afterwards!

Better use PM for the suggestions!

 

I believe, it's possible to find out what firewall 'distractions' you use just by getting into your Internet provider, so block will most likely happened at the new option, too.

 

Search the web for other providers and if Chinese web will let you download a new one.

 

At my time in China, I couldn't download TOR app, but as soon as I exited China (to HK, mind you!), TOR was/is without any limits as they are other websites ...

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Whatever name you'll post here, it will get blocked soon afterwards!

Better use PM for the suggestions!

 

I believe, it's possible to find out what firewall 'distractions' you use just by getting into your Internet provider, so block will most likely happened at the new option, too.

 

Search the web for other providers and if Chinese web will let you download a new one.

 

At my time in China, I couldn't download TOR app, but as soon as I exited China (to HK, mind you!), TOR was/is without any limits as they are other websites ...

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yep, they all been blocked. I don't see this being lifted anytime soon.

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You see, the poster replied to himself. It was a rhetorical  question to which he got the answer already. Ain't that wonderful for a click bait?

Blondie_:

sometimes a conversation with yourself is the most intelligent one you will have all day......

1 year 26 weeks ago
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I was just reading about INTJ personality type on Quora. INTJs often resort to Blondie's way ... 'cause they are usually highly intelligent and preferably introverted ... 

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