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January 27, 2014
Toni Matthews-El Chinese Internet Censors Were The Reason For Outage
By Toni Matthews-El
In a strange turn of events, it’s looking the internet outage suffered by hundreds of millions was due to simple error.

On January 21st, millions of Chinese internet users who typed in the name of their favorite websites were instead redirected. Disturbingly enough to Chinese officials, the redirection took them to the page of a U.S. company called Dynamic Internet Technology or DIT, which could help the page visitors evade Chinese censorship.

The location made may speculate regarding who was responsible for problem. Qin Gang, the Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said during a news briefing that he had notes in his possession that suggested the involvement of Falun Gong. [...]

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