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Re: Site not viewable in China

"Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message 
> __/ [ Jannie B ] on Monday 27 March 2006 12:49 \__
>> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:e08cgj$316m$3@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>> __/ [ Jannie B ] on Monday 27 March 2006 10:36 \__
>>>> I have done a web site for a client who has clients worldwide, but
>>>> apparently his colleagues in China are unable to look at the site 
>>>> because
>>>> it has been barred.
>>>> I don't know if is barred as part of a general policy of some sort, or
>>>> whether there is something about the site which is causing it to be
>>>> barred.
>>>> Anyone else know anything about this?
>>>> Site url is www.xenexassociates.com
>>>> Thanks
>>>> Jan
>>> I can't see anything wrong with the (content of the) site. The only 
>>> fishy
>>> part is:
>>> <meta name="keywords" content="Pest, pest control, Xenex, Rob Fryatt,
>>> Xenex
>>> Associates, BPCA, pest management, control de plagas, rodent control, 
>>> bird
>>> control, insect control, termite control. CEPA, rats, mice, ants,
>>> cockroaches, pidgeons   " />
>>> I can provide a password-protected proxy if you like. You can give the
>>> people
>>> who are blocked a password and they will be able to visit the site via 
>>> the
>>> proxy.
>>> Best wishes,
>>> Roy
>> Why do you think the keywords are fishy?
>> Thanks for the offer of a I don't understand how a password-protected
>> proxy,
>> but I don't understand how this would help?  Sorry to be so dim.
>> Jan
> Frankly, I have grown tired of unjustifiable censorship, which even 
> affects
> our WordPress Codex. Apparently, the Chinese government does not want its
> people to contribute to software (in this case, blogging software).

Let it go - China is doing what China wants.  Getting upset that it's 
censoring the web, when it's a communist totalitarian state, is ridiculous. 
It'll stop censoring when it's ready. 

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