Source : https://dofollownet.com
The Chinese Government has blocked access to Twitter, Hotmail and Flickr two days before the anniversary of the massacre in the Tiananmen Square.
This Thursday will be the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, when on June 4, 1989, the tanks entered the Square to crush protests by students and workers.
China has never made public the list of victims of what qualifies as a "counterrevolutionary conspiracy."
Internet censorship is not uncommon in China: in last March, the Chinese Government blocked access to YouTube, the video portal owned by Google, after support groups had posted movies showing the violent repression of protests in Tibet in 2008.
Although the frustration is great among Chinese Twitter users and bloggers, some say that they are actually only surprised that it took so long for the authorities to block internet services.Read »