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Blog*Spot Not Accessible In Thailand?

It looks like Blog*Spot may be another victim of Thailand governmental control.

Until we know what's going on, the best advice is to use a proxy server. If only Blog*Spot is affected, this should serve as a workaround.

>> (Update 5/22): It appears that the Thai government indeed has problems with Google right now. Discussion of the problem in I think Thailand is blocking Blogspot.com.

>> For diagnosis of the problem, let's start with a TraceRoute Log.

>> Forum thread links: bX-*00045

>> Copy this tag: bX-*00045

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Comments

Safetymind said…
This blog is very interesting for me .
I just learn many things from your blog.
Now ,I am a new webmaster.

wbr,

mint
http://i2rich.com
Camille Lemmens said…
Hi Chuck,

Don't seem to have a problem with my two Thai based blogs.

Camille

http://padidivingidc.blogspot.com/

http://samui-weather.blogspot.com/

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