China blocks Gmail access

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The Chinese government appears to have blocked the ability of people in China to gain access to Google’s email service through third-party email clients, which many Chinese and foreigners had been relying on to use their Gmail accounts after an earlier blocking effort by officials, according to Internet analysts and users in China.

In November, Lu Wei, the top Internet regulator in China, presided over a conference in Zhejiang Province that had some attendees from foreign technology companies; Mr. Lu stressed the need for nations to have “Internet sovereignty,” meaning the countries should be able to create and control their own online space.

In india the top internet regulators allegedly follow an opposite policy, grovelling before some american companies and destroying local talent. If the experienced webmaster, domain investor, engineer  is not approved allegedly by Google, Paypal, as he or she is not sufficiently westernized or cheaters, their career, business and life,  will be destroyed wasting a huge amount of indian tax payer money, expensive government equipment.