Websites currently banned in China

30th November 2019 / NewsBits
To name just a few: Google Search, Yahoo, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Netflix, Reddit, Instagram, Tumblr, WhatsApp, BBC, New York Times, The Independent, Amnesty International, Amazon, Quora, Medium, DropBox, Vimeo, The Guardian, Slideshare, Scrbd, Bloomberg, Flckr, Huffpost, Duck-Duck0Go, Time, NASA, Nintendo, Viber, The Economist, Sony, HBO, France 24, WikiLeaks, VPN’s, Amnesty Int, Reporters Without Borders, Tibet Post.
Source – Wikipedia (also banned)

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