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Google Seeks Allies Against Censorship
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A new online transparency report shows which Google services are being blocked in different countries. Whether the U.S. will use this information to challenge censorship as a trade barrier remains to be seen.

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One thing I found really surprising is Iran's Youtube Traffic. On June 8th, 2009, their traffic was 100%. Same day next year, 0.82%. Wow.



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