VPN Crackdown in China 2019

VPN crackdown in China has been doing the rounds in the news of late, stirring lots of speculation among the people, especially those who use VPN. It has led to discussions and debates. Has there been a VPN crackdown in China? If yes then how to circumvent it to access…

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List of Most Popular Websites Blocked in China

The year 2017 saw a notable strengthening in the internet censorship of the Chinese government. The privacy advocate messaging app, WhatsApp, was banned along with most VPN apps. On top of this is the removal of all VPN applications from its App Store in China. Even before these moves, China’s…

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How To Use Facebook in China On Iphone?

China is one of the few countries that has a very strict censorship policy. And everyone probably knows that Facebook is among the websites and applications that are banned in China. The global popularity of the social media platform did not sway the stringent censorship that the Chinese government is…

Top 10 Best WhatsApp Alternatives in China

Top 10 Best WhatsApp Alternatives in China

WhatsApp, founded by Jan Koum, now owned by Facebook.Inc is the single largest cross-platform messaging app, where you can send and receive a lot of files in any form and not being just limited to text. It has the presence on every popular mobile smartphone and Operating Systems such as…

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What are the list Of top blocked websites in China (2018)?

Did you know that China is one of the countries with the most restricted internet? Back in 2010, the Chinese government blocked more than 1.3 million websites. The number of blocked websites continues to grow, even though, some previously blocked websites, such as LinkedIn have been unblocked. If you are…

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Unblock websites in China. Unblock Facebook, DuckDuckGo & Instagram in China

Why Facebook, DuckDuckGo & Instagram blocked in China? China conducts internet censorship under a wide variety of laws and administrative regulations with the intent of silencing political rivals. In addition to Facebook, YouTube and Twitter, China extend its internet censorship to Instagram and DuckDuckGo. However, this should not worry you…