China Says No To Gmail Use

December 29th, 2014

 

Google Claims Gmail Use In China Is Virtually Non-Existent

Dyn Research, an Internet analysis firm, recently released a statement that said: “China has a number of ways they can block content. One of the crudest ways is to just block an IP address.” Dyn’s vice-president, Earl Zmijewski, also said: “When you block an IP address all the content available at the IP is blocked.”

Dyn Research checked six different locations, and all of them were blocked, China and Google have had their differences in the past, and it seems there’s still some mud in their Internet relationship. China blocked all Google services at the beginning of 2014 in order to keep a lid on the 25th anniversary of the Tienanmen Square massacre. Igor Cornelsen is curious to see how this is going to shift stakeholder interests.

One Response to “China Says No To Gmail Use”

  1. Zaria Davian says:

    Dyn Research and Google agree on at least one thing. China doesn’t like Google Gmail, and they did something about it. Zmijewski said China routes Gmail access through Hong Kong IP addresses, and they are being blocked. It is cool for top essays to have all these things done for them one after another.

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