Some time ago China blocked access ABC Australian Broadcasting Corp. Today we will show you how to unblock ABC in China using a VPN solution that works in China.
According to Chinese authorities, the ABC site breached China’s laws. However, no specifications or details about exact violation were provided.
Strict Internet censorship in China is not new. A great number of websites are blocked in the country, including Facebook, Youtube, Goolge services, Trwitter, many news sites, and others.
Chinese government censor the Internet and does not let people access forbidden content.
Such popular American sites as the BBC News and the New York Times are also restricted in China today.
The ABC’s journalists based in the country confirmed that the site is blocked.
Today you can unblock Australian ABC in China and American BBC and New York Times with a VPN service. VPN is a virtual private network. It masks real IP address and helps to avoid Internet censorship. This is the reliable and secure solution to bypass Internet censorship in China.
How to Unblock ABC in China
To unblock restricted sites in China you need to do the following:
1. Get your VPN account – you can try today for free
According to journalists Bill Birtles and Matthew Carney:
“The ABC’s website and apps are usually accessible to Chinese web users and are not subject to the ‘Great Firewall’ of censorship, but access was abruptly stopped on August 22. However, state cyber sovereignty rights shall be maintained towards some overseas websites violating China’s laws and regulations, spreading rumours, pornographic information, gambling, violent terrorism and some other illegal harmful information which will endanger state security and damage national pride.”
“China’s a sovereign country, they make decisions about what happens there, we make decisions about what happens here”
Liberal MP @JulianLeeser tells @PatsKarvelas the blocking of the ABC in China is a symptom of a broader sense among the middle class that the Chinese Government is "being a bit more oppressive than it has been in the past". #NationalWrap #auspol pic.twitter.com/bCsB3MLRG5
— ABC News (@abcnews) September 9, 2018