Sites blocked in China

We have detected 6767 sites that can be blocked in China. China is #55 in our rating by the blocking ubiquity and #55 by the number of blocked sites.

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China Internet filtering profile

Blocking type Blocking level
Political pervasive
Social substantial
Internet Tools substantial
Conflicts / Security pervasive

Data by OpenNet Initiative

* Listed as pervasive in the political and conflict/security areas and as substantial in social and Internet tools by ONI in June 2009.
* Listed as an ''Enemy of the Internet'' by RWB in 2011.
* Listed as a ''State Enemy of the Internet'' by RWB in 2013 for involvement in active, intrusive surveillance of news providers, resulting in grave violations of freedom of information and human rights.

Internet censorship in China is among the most stringent in the world. The government blocks Web sites that discuss and the , , , the , , , some international news sources and propaganda outlets (such as the ), certain religious movements (such as ), and many blogging websites. At the end of 2007 51 cyber dissidents were reportedly imprisoned in China for their online postings. According to Human Rights Watch, in China the government also continues to violate domestic and international legal guarantees of freedom of press and expression by restricting bloggers, journalists, and an estimated more than 500 million Internet users. The government requires Internet search firms and state media to censor issues deemed officially “sensitive,” and blocks access to foreign websites including , , and . However, the rise of Chinese online social networks—in particularly , which has 200 million users—has created a new platform for citizens to express opinions and to challenge official limitations on freedom of speech despite intense scrutiny by China’s censors.
Source: Wikipedia

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