Re: Conlangs DE-Cal '06 - first video now live
|From:||Henrik Theiling <theiling@...>|
|Date:||Saturday, February 4, 2006, 4:44|
> I would suggest you complain to them. ...
I should probably do so, yes.
> Another option - perhaps there is a way for you to lie to Google about
> where you are, or run it through a US-based proxy?
Nah, that's exactly what I do not want anyone to achieve -- the anyone
needs a proxy to see all content. *stubborn look*
> > Is this a joke?? My definition of cyberspace strictly lacks a notion
> > of 'country'. (Yes, I know I'm obstinate.) And I think the world
> > does not need anyone (not even Google) to program a mapping of IP
> > addresses to countries.
> *cough* Have you heard that google did consent to Chinese censorship
> as a condition of operating therein?
Yeah, of course I did -- aweful!
(BTW, I am not tunneling my traffic through a Chinese proxy. :-P)
Politics aside, this is also technically different. The whole
intrastructure in China is designed to be filtering, so there is no
need to check IP addresses for Google China (being inside the Great
Firewall), since the physical cabels are connected in a way that
traffic to Google US is blocked anyway. But Google US obviously
checks my IP to prevent me seeing some content. Perhaps they think
I'm in East Germany? a) Maybe I should enlighten them that it doesn't
matter anymore. b) I am not in East Germany, anyway. :-P
Relay 13 is running: