Mr. Youtube and Mr. Google Can’t Access In China
March 11, 2016 11:34am CST
I am not sure if you are aware that Google and Youtube are not accessible in China. Since I am catering students in this country, most of them reacted differently with the availability of international social networks. It seems that they are not updated of what’s happening outside their country. Even Mr. Facebook cannot invite them to join. On the other hand, I also heard that they can access these social medias by using a software application. But then, it is considered illegal act in their country. The good news, they don’t have concrete punishment if found out using these social networks. It is like information blocked out for the people in China.
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14 Mar 16
If you understand what it curtails to maintain national security, then you would not single surveillance out as some blocks for political reasons. Chinese today especially the young generation have internet access and broad acquaintances to the outside world. I don't know if you are aware or not of this, and if you do then I am sure whatever the country is blocking will have no effect at all since we all can communicate via various approved social networking sites and tools to know if our country is doing the wrong thing. If the government is deemed to be that low down, then I am sure the 13billion must be lunatics to be subjected to such governance.
12 Mar 16
Communication in China, according to your information shared, is total controlled. China knows best on what is good and what is not in their country. In short, China is doing that to control their communication usage to her citizen for security reason. The Chinese don't have the choice but to abide with that restriction. Or otherwise, it is illegal and those violators would be dealt properly.
12 Mar 16
@dodoazo I think you get the wrong impression. I think you can see groups of Chinese tourists in your country, as well as everywhere else. Some countries rely on Chinese tourists to spend to boost the economy. If Chinese government wants to keep the truth from the people, they might as well stop the Chinese from travelling.
12 Mar 16
@JudyEv Are you sure? I think you have noticed that a lot of Chinese tourists are going to your country. In fact, the Chinese have been snapping up milk powder from the supermarkets. if the Chinese government wants to keep information from the people, they might as well stop them from travelling. If that happens, the economy of Australia will suffer.
15 Mar 16
@Letranknight2015 It is a fact that these so called peaceful demonstrations are NEVER once peaceful to 99.999% and it is not the commotions the authorities including yours are mindful but the damages after the effect. Take the Hong Kong recent demonstration where the country came to a complete halt since nobody could turn up for work in crucial infrastructures like banks, government office, stock market and eventually schools. Is that not costs to the country? All for what? P.S. Interestingly, did you know that you could be arrested and imprisoned if you participate or organize demonstrations in Singapore?
12 Mar 16
@scheng1 I got your point. They might know what's going on outside their country. There is no doubt since they can tapped information by using an app that is considered illegal in accessing international websites. However, it is not easy access. Based on what I've heard from reliable sources in China, some news within the country is not being broadcast in full details. In most cases, it is being concealed.