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December 19, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ LAUNCHES THE INDUSTRY’S FIRST CURRENT STATUS ADD-ON FOR INTERNET EXPLORER

June 26, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ ACTIVATES NEW MONITORING LOCATIONS IN BEIJING AND SHANGHAI, CHINA

May 17, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ REPORTS HALLMARK.COM EXPERIENCED WEBSITE PROBLEMS RIGHT BEFORE MOTHER'S DAY

April 30, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ REPORTS THAT NOT ALL POPULAR TAX WEBSITES HAVE MET THE EXPECTATIONS OF THE GROWING E-FILERS CROWD

April 24, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ REPORTS LIBERTYTAX.COM EXPERIENCES SEVERE WEBSITE PROBLEMS DURING THE ACTIVE TAX E-FILING SEASON

February 22, 2007
REPORT REVEALS SERIOUS WEBSITE PROBLEMS FOR SOME OF THE TOP ONLINE RETAILERS ACCORDING TO WEBSITEPULSE™

February 07, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ REPORTS DIAMOND.COM UNAVAILABLE FOR SHOPPING THIS MORNING

January 22, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ NEW AND IMPROVED "CACHE" FEATURE INCREASES CUSTOMERS' BENEFITS

January 09, 2007
WEBSITEPULSE™ 2006 HOLIDAY PERFORMANCE AND UPTIME REPORT REVEALS AVAILABILITY PROBLEMS FOR SOME OF THE TOP ONLINE RETAILERS

December 22, 2006
WEBSITEPULSE™ REPORTS SEARS.COM UNAVAILABLE FOR SHOPPING THIS MORNING

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HTG Explains: How the Great Firewall of China Works
May 2, 2013, How To Geek
"...The Great Firewall of China, officially known the Golden Shield project, employs a variety of tricks to censor China’s Internet and block access to various foreign websites. We’ll be looking at some of the technical tricks the firewall uses to censor China’s Internet...."

LinkedIn Blocked in China
February 24, 2011, Mercury News
"...LinkedIn, the Mountain View-based networking website for professionals, said its service was being blocked in parts of China and that it was looking into the matter...."

After Twitter, LinkedIn Now Also Blocked In China
February 24, 2011, TechCrunch
"...It appears that LinkedIn has been blocked in China, after the professional social network became a platform for organizing anti-government protests. The report was first noted by Renmedia...."

'Red' Twitter: China's revolutionary take on microblogging
December 15, 2010, Washington Post
"...China may not be a fan of Twitter, but it certainly has embraced the model of the social networking site...."

Search for total online control
August 10, 2010, RefWorld
"...Reporters Without Borders condemns the latest escalation in the Chinese government's Internet censorship and control system in the Tibet Autonomous Region...."

Google, China and Censorship: A Wired.com FAQ
April 2, 2010, Wired.com
"...In 2006, Google started operating a mainland China-based search engine at Google.cn — agreeing to censor search results, so long as it could mention on censored search results pages that it was blocking content at the request of the Communist government...."

Battering Down the Great Firewall of China
February 2, 2010, Taz.de
"...“The bourgeoisie, by the rapid improvement of all instruments of production, by the immensely facilitated means of communication, draws all, even the most barbarian, nations into civilization,” declared Karl Marx in The Communist Manifesto. ..."

Noise Filter: Black Friday and Cyber Monday Challenge Online Retailers
October 30, 2009, The Whir
"...Every now and then, a controversial issue triggers a flood of online discourse. For our Noise Filter feature, the WHIR pans the raging rivers of opinion for shining nuggets of useful commentary...."

Facebook Inaccessible in China After Violent Clashes in Urumqi
July 9, 2009, Bloomberg
"...Facebook Inc.’s social-networking Web site was inaccessible in China as the government blocks information after violent clashes in one of its regions. ..."

China Blocks Access To Twitter, Facebook After Riots
July 7, 2009, Washington Post
"...Following last weekend's deadly riots in its western region of Xinjiang, China's central government has taken all the usual steps to block citizens from accessing foreign web services..."

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