On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 9:40 PM, Ting Chen <Wing.Philopp(a)gmx.de> wrote:
in the last week we had different reports about the link from mainland
China about accessability of Wikipedia. Some reported they can access
Wikipedia, some not, the reports may from the same city. The censorship of
keywords are still on. By people who can access directly, if you key in a
keyword, you would no more able to access Wikipedia for a few seconds to a
A television reporter from Hongkong said although the IOC said that at the
reporters center one would be able to access without any censorship, the
reporter showd in television that she can indeed call the main page of
english Wikipedia, but as soon as she type in a keyword, the connection is
Here is the news report:
The demonstration happens at about 75% to 80% of the report.
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thank you ting!
i watched the item and saw wikipedia.org
and the *blip* twice it goes away
when anything is clicked.
what can we do?
would it be possible to consider adding a notice on (at least)
warning readers about this
possibility during the olympic games?
all the best,
*edito ergo sum*
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