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Sunday, 16th March 2008

China Blocks YouTube as Tibet-Related Videos Appear

From the AP:

China blocked access to YouTube.com Sunday after dozens of videos of recent protests in Tibet appeared on the video Web site.

Access to YouTube.com, usually readily available in China, was blocked after videos appeared on the site Saturday showing foreign news reports about the Lhasa demonstrations, montages of photos, and scenes from Tibet-related protests abroad.

There were no protest scenes posted on China-based video Web sites such as 56.com, youku.com and tudou.com.


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