The Guardian has joined the New York Times and Bloomberg on the list of news websites blocked in China

By James Griffiths, January 8, 2014

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The website was first blocked on Tuesday, according to the website greatfire.org. Numerous attempts to access the site from multiple browsers, devices and locations across Beijing all failed without the aid of firewall-circumventing software. As of Wednesday afternoon local time, the Guardian’s mobile and iPad apps were still uncensored.

 

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