Top American Sites That Are Banned in China

China is known for its totalitarian style of governance exercising her authority over Chinese citizens to the fullest of her potential. In order to have a  control over what her citizens consume intellectually, China has imposed ban on various social media sites and other online platforms. China has its own indigenous variant of these sites which are available for the use of the Chinese people. Please find below the list of online sites that are banned in China.

1. Facebook

2. Twitter
3. Instagram
4. Pinterest

5. Tumbler
6. Snapchat
7. Picasa
8. WordPress.com
9. Blogspot
10. Blogger
11. Flickr
12. SoundCloud
13. Google+
14. Google Hangots
15. Hootsuite
16. Google Play
17. Whatsapp
18. Telegram
19. Line
20. Periscope
21. KaKao Talk
22. Google
23. Duck Duck Go
24. Baidu
25. Yahoo!
26. YouTube
27. Vimeo
28. Daily Motion
29. Nico Video
30. The New York times
31. The Wall Street Journal
32. The Economist Bloomberg
33. Reuters
34. The Independent
35. LeMonde
36. L’Equipe
37. Netflix
38. Google News
39. Wikipedia
40. Google Drive
41. Google Docs
42. Gmail
43. Google Calender
44. Dropbox
45. Shutterstock
46. Slideshare

47. Slack
48. iStockPhotos
49. WayBackMachine
50. Scribd
51. Xing
52. Pornhub
53. Xvideos
54. Xhamster
55. Naughty America
56. Redtube
57. Youporn

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