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China Blocks YouTube Access

By Sergio Published on .

China blocked access to YouTube on Sunday, after videos of political protests in Tibet were posted on the site, the Associated Press says. The country, which is poised to overtake the U.S. as the largest population of Internet users, didn’t comment on the YouTube block, which left users with a blank screen when they tried to access the site.
-Elizabeth Jensen
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