Tracing apparent Web censorship in China

An blogger in Shanghai can't access a Morgan Stanley Website, and traces the blockage.
Stephen Baker

AsiaPundit shows with a tracing system how and where Web traffic is getting blocked in China. It started when the blogger was trying to call up a Morgan Stanley site from work.

Beyond signaling apparent censorship, he makes an economic point: "I'm in China's financial capital and I cannot access a relatively important financial website without using a proxy."

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