The cat and mouse game between China, Google and the internet continues. Today and tomorrow are the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre.
Fearing another anti-government uprising, every year at this time China cracks down on its citizens' ability to access information about the event online. However this year, China is going to greater lengths to block Google, in particular.
According to the New York Times the Chinese government has taken Google censorship to new levels. It appears that all or substantially all the company's services are being blocked, not just search:
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