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[liberationtech] Images of Blocking in Different Countries?

Marietta Le marietta at atlatszo.hu
Mon Aug 13 19:40:04 PDT 2012


Now that you mentioned Baidu and someone said 'user-friendly filtering' I
remembered that on IE at my workplace (BJ, China) I often end up on a Baidu
search page when trying to open google.hu. Of course the first search
result is always google.hu which then fails to open...

Best,
Marietta

On 14 August 2012 05:14, Philipp Winter <identity.function at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Sun, Aug 12, 2012 at 09:14:48PM -0700, Adam Fisk wrote:
> > My understanding is that China just shows a blank page. Is that correct?
>
> That depends on the type of filtering. The keyword filtering infrastructure
> forcefully terminates connections and depending on the browser you will
> get an
> error message saying something like "The connection was reset".
>
> You can actually test it yourself by going to baidu.com and searching for
> "falun".
>
> Philipp
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