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, about 10,000 domain names are blocked in mainland China under the country's Internet censorship policy, which prevents users from accessing proscribed websites from within the country.
banning of Google

ElgooG

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All Too Flat's elgooG site found practical use in the People's Republic of China after the domestic banning of Google, circumventing the Great Firewall.

Microblogging in China

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Mainland China

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10,000 domain names are blocked in mainland China under the country's Internet censorship policy, which prevents users from accessing proscribed websites from within the country.

Internet censorship in China

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10,000 domain names are blocked in mainland China under the country's Internet censorship policy, which prevents users from accessing proscribed websites from within the country.

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