China censoring iTunes

China is blocking access to the iTunes Store, apparently because of the sale of pro-Tibet songs. I wonder if my own blog is censored in China? Most probably not despite my great dislike for several of China's policies, but it would be cool if it were: it would be an honor to be considered politically important enough to censor.

I wonder if there is a public list of blogs that are blocked in China? They might be good ones to subscribe to ...

3 Replies to “China censoring iTunes”

  1. There is a site that tells you if your blog is banned in China. I'll try to find the url for you.

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