Yesterday night, some Internet users in China reported Google+ can now be accessed in China without using VPN. It is so surprising to hear such shocking news. However, this isn’t confirmed yet, Google still hasn’t respond to the matter. Well, this might be due to Google+ was not fully domain-blocked in China, so it’s always very partially accessible, depending on which server handles the request. Sometimes, in the past months, it has worked fine for a short while with no VPN on, but with all the images absent.
If this isn’t a temporarily unblock, then Facebook and Baidu should start to worry now despite Google+ is still way behind them. So, our thought? We think this is only because the Great Firewall is temporarily experiencing some problems, doesn’t seem to be unblocked by the Chinese government. But anyway, we will still keep an eye on it whenever there is an updated.
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