7 comments on “Does Twitter turn its back on Chinese web users?”

  1. […] effect for users in censored countries?” And he pointed us at his excellent, I have to say, blog post on this subject, and to be honest this hadn’t occurred to […]

  2. […] effect for users in censored countries?” And he pointed us at his excellent, I have to say, blog post on this subject, and to be honest this hadn’t occurred to […]

  3. […] effect for users in censored countries?” And he pointed us at his excellent, I have to say, blog post on this subject, and to be honest this hadn’t occurred to […]

  4. This is really interesting point. Twitter say much about free speech, so they should fix this.

    zegt Dmitri
  5. Give me a useful api for twitter. Thanks very much

    zegt huangsiqun
  6. Whether an application is blocked or not, self-control comes from within

    Ive been using http://bit.ly/bJwmma .
    It uses a better procedure than blocking social media sites because it only monitors sites like Twitter during production hours. People/Employees still have the option to use it for a breather or during breaks really . Sometimes they use it for work too in helping reach decisions. For me its really unnecessary to block Twitter.

  7. i want to creat a account

    zegt shk0113