China Gives Google a 12-Hour Timeout

Google appears to be back and functioning in China after a temporary shutdown that’s being linked to the Communist Party’s major meeting. Services including Gmail, maps, documents and search were reportedly slow or blocked in many parts of China for about 12 hours beginning Friday evening, according to Google’s transparency report, which tracks its services around the world. Around 6 a.m. Saturday, most of its normal traffic seemed to be restored. In the meantime, frustrated Chinese users had taken to social media outlets to complain about the accessibility issues.

Source: http://ectnews.com.feedsportal.com/c/34520/f/632000/s/25831b53/l/0L0Stechnewsworld0N0Crsstory0C7660A20Bhtml/story01.htm

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