Discussion » Nonsense » Name those sites that should have been banned, but

  • JZ
    JZ wrote:

    4chan, hongfire, e-hentai.org,and wikipedia.

    解放区的天是自由的天,解放区的人民好喜欢。

  • Sakura
    Sakura wrote:

    你站在那边的?这算啥,有个日本大右派的广播也能打得开。。。咳

  • xxxxxxxx
    xxxxxxxx wrote:

    mediatakeout.com, redtube, killsometime.com, collegehumor.com...i have tons of websites..lol

  • 随便叫兽
    随便叫兽 wrote:

    4chan was banned for a little while around the 2008 Olympics, but the party establishment reneged that decision after a million pizzas were delivered to Zhongnanhai.

    Then Wen Jiabao bought a dog.

    The Chinese language Wikipedia is heavily censored, isn't it?

  • Peter Baird
    Peter Baird wrote:

    Wiki used to be banned, actually. When I was teaching University writing classes I kind of wished it still was. You know how many Chinese university students try and pass off Wiki articles as their own work?

     I second Astaroth on WLIB. This site is far more dangerous than FB, because it puts people in touch with people they might actually be able to meet in person. Also, a lot of the users are sick, twisted fucks. :-)

    Tubely, Joos and about a dozen free live streaming video porn sites. I won't say which ones, as I don't want to draw attention to them and deprive our beloved membership of their fine services.

    Ebay...why should Taobao compete with them when they can simply be blocked?

    MSN and Yahoo. What is up with these Chinese people using these places for e-mail? Everyone should be using 163 or Sina.

    Date in Asia, China Love Links and every other Chinese/Asian dating site. Doesn't the CCP realize that these sites are corrupting the daughters of The Great Mother Dragon?

    Craigslist...a whole lot of bad mojo out there that Chinese people need to be protected from.

     Actually, why not just block every non-Chinese website out there? It would make the whole decision making process so much easier.

     

     

     

  • 哥们
    哥们 wrote:

    http://www.chippendales.com/ and http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/

  • Simen Wangberg

    "...Twitter because it's used as a propaganda tool."

    Interesting to note that Twitter was blocked in China right around the time of the election protests in Iran...I think the Chinese government saw what could happen if they didn't take immediate steps to squash it. Wouldn't want the Chinese proletariat to get any ideas...

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