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YouTube blocked in China over Tibet videos

China has blocked access to YouTube.com after dozens of videos of recent protests against the Chinese rule in Tibet appeared on the Google-owned video sharing site.

The government of China has not commented on its move to prevent access to YouTube. Internet users trying to visit the website are presented with a blank screen, reports Associated Press.

China has blocked access to YouTube.com after dozens of videos of recent protests against the Chinese rule in Tibet appeared on the Google-owned video sharing site.

The government of China has not commented on its move to prevent access to YouTube. Internet users trying to visit the website are presented with a blank screen, reports Associated Press.

China has about 210 million internet users and is expected to overtake US soon to become the biggest population of Web surfers.

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