Instagram blocked in China in response to Hong Kong democracy protests

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      The democracy-busting Chinese government in Beijing appears to have taken another step in stifling the sharing of information.

      Numerous reports, including this one from Reuters, state that Facebook's photo-sharing service known as Instagram is no longer available in China.

      It comes in the wake of a police crackdown on democracy protests in Hong Kong that sent more than two dozen people to hospital.

      The hashtag #OccupyCentral has been used to disseminate many photos of police repression over Twitter.



      Rudy Haugeneder

      Sep 28, 2014 at 8:24pm

      Occupy Wall Street is watching this unfold and taking notes for the next round of Occupy across North America, and probably Europe and the UK -- Kaboom and then some.

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      How Much More

      Sep 28, 2014 at 9:02pm

      How much more of this until people realize that the PRC is a worse threat to freedom than Russia ever was?

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      Oh No!

      Sep 29, 2014 at 8:08am

      No more selfies of young women puckering their lips! This is grim news indeed.

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