Chinese internet users suspect that their government is interfering with the method they have been using to tunnel under the
Great Firewall to prevent them connecting with the outside world.
Sites such as search engine Google and news site MSN have become difficult to access, they say. And a number of universities and businesses have begun warning their users not to try to evade the firewall.
Since 6 May, a number of users says that internet connections via China Telecom, the largest telephone company, and China Unicom have become
unstable, with intermittent access when trying to access sites in foreign countries using a
virtual private network (VPN) – a preferred method of evading the blocks put up by China’s censors to external sites. Even Apple’s app store has been put off-limits by the new blocks, according to reports — via redwolf.newsvine.com