China last week apparently began blocking Gmail, and the outage was still in effect on Tuesday, although to a lesser degree, according to reports. A sharp drop in traffic from China to Google services began last Friday, according to its Transparency Report, and the company could find no explanation in its own systems. China’s “Great Firewall” censorship program is to blame, according to GreatFire, a Chinese free-speech advocacy group. China’s disruption of Gmail access actually began gradually several months ago.
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