WikiLeaks website blocked behind Chinese firewall

Chinese flag blows in air below Google

In this March 25, 2010 file photo, a Chinese flag blows in the air below the Google logo outside the Google China headquarters in Beijing. The classified diplomatic cables released by online whistle-blower WikiLeaks and reported on by The New York Times cited a cable from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing that included allegations from a Chinese contact that China's Politburo directed a cyber intrusion into Google's computer systems as part of a 'coordinated campaign of computer sabotage carried out by government operatives, private security experts and Internet outlaws.'

China, one of the biggest Internet policers, took no chances with the latest online sensation and blocked the WikiLeaks website Wednesday amid potentially embarrassing claims made in leaked U.S. diplomatic memos posted there.
Attempts to access wikileaks.org and cablegate.wikileaks.org were met with a notice saying the connection had been reset, or were diverted the user to popular Chinese search engine Baidu. That’s the standard response when the connection to an overseas-based website has been cut.
The U.S. Embassy memos — called cables, though they are mostly encrypted electronic communication — contain some frank talk about and attributed to Chinese figures and their North Korean allies.
In one, a Chinese diplomat is quoted describing North Korea as a “spoiled child” for attempting to win U.S. attention with a provocative missile test.
China’s representative to six-nation disarmament talks, meanwhile, is described by a South Korean diplomat as an “arrogant, Marx-spouting former Red Guard who ‘knows nothing about North Korea, nothing about nonproliferation.'”
Another memo reveals details of a Chinese contingency plan for North Korea’s collapse — the existence of which is likely to drive a wedge between the allies at the very least.
The leaks also claimed that leadership of China’s ruling Communist Party directed a cyber-intrusion into Google’s computer systems, and expressed concern over attempts by Iranian front companies to obtain Chinese nuclear technology.
It wasn’t clear when the blocks were imposed, although a vast swath of the Internet is inaccessible behind China’s firewall, including social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.
Human rights and political dissent-themed sites are also routinely banned, although technologically savvy users can easily jump the so-called “Great Firewall” with proxy servers or other alternatives.
China’s government has taken a low-key approach to the leaks, with the Foreign Ministry saying it would not comment on specific assertions in the cables.


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“China takes note of relevant reports. We hope the U.S. side will properly handle the relevant issue. As for the content of the documents, we do not comment on that,” ministry spokesman Hong Lei said Tuesday.
On Wednesday, the Global Times, a provocative tabloid published by the ruling Communist Party mouthpiece Peoples Daily, labeled the disclosure a “nefarious slander against China.”
It also wondered why the U.S. didn’t block the posting of the leaks, saying that raised questions as to whether it had reached some form of tacit understanding with WikiLeaks.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has said that WikiLeaks acted illegally in posting the documents. Officials around the world have said the disclosure jeopardizes national security, diplomats, intelligence assets and relationships between foreign governments.
The massive leaks were “embarrassing” and “awkward,” but the consequences for American foreign policy should be limited, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Tuesday.

中国,最大的互联网policers之一,带着最新的网络感觉没有机会和维基解密网站中堵住了潜在的尴尬索赔在周三美国外交备忘录泄露张贴的。

尝试访问wikileaks.org和cablegate.wikileaks.org是一个连接通知说已经达到复位,或者是改行用户受欢迎的中文搜索引擎百度。这是标准响应情况下,向海外的网站连接被切断。
美国大使馆的备忘录 – 所谓的电缆,但他们大多是加密电子通讯 – 包含一些坦诚谈归因于中国的人物和他们的北朝鲜的盟友。
于一体,是引述中国外交官形容为“被宠坏的孩子”企图赢得一个挑衅性的导弹试射美国关注朝鲜。

中国代表向六国裁军会谈,同时,描述了一个韩国外交官为“傲慢,马克思喷前红卫兵是谁知道朝鲜,防扩散,没事,没事约。”

另一份备忘录中揭示了一个应急计划的细节朝鲜的崩溃 – 其中存在可能推动盟国之间在至少一个楔子。
泄还声称,中国的执政党共产党的领导指示的数码谷歌的电脑系统的入侵,并表示伊朗前公司曾试图获得中国核技术的关注。

目前尚不清楚,当块被强加的,但不少是人迹罕至的广袤的互联网落后中国的防火墙,包括如Facebook,Twitter和YouTube等社交网站。
人权和持不同政见者为主题的网站也经常被禁止,但精明的技术用户可以轻松地跳跃与代理服务器或其他选择所谓的“长城防火墙”。
中国政府已采取了对泄漏的低调处理,与外交部表示将不评论电缆中的具体主张。

“中国注意到有关的报道。我们希望美方妥善处理有关问题。至于文件的内容,我们不评论说,”外交部发言人洪磊在星期二说。
周三,环球时报,挑衅性的小报由执政的共产党喉舌人民日报发表,披露一标“对中国恶毒的诽谤。”

它也想知道为什么美国没有阻止张贴泄,说以提出的问题是否已经达到了某种默契与维基解密形式。

美国国务卿希拉里克林顿局长曾表示,维基解密的文件行事非法张贴。世界各地的官员说,披露危害国家安全,外交,情报资产和外国政府之间的关系。

大量泄漏的是“尴尬”和“笨拙”,但对美国外交政策的后果应该是有限的,美国国防部长罗伯特盖茨周二表示。

Zhōngguó, zuìdà de hùliánwǎng policers zhī yī, dài zhe zuìxīn de wǎngluò gǎnjué méiyǒu jīhuì hé wéijī jiěmì wǎngzhàn zhōng dǔ zhù le qiánzài de gāngà suǒpéi zài zhōusān měiguó wàijiāo bèiwànglù xièlòu zhāngtiē de.

Chángshì fǎngwèn wikileaks.Org hé cablegate.Wikileaks.Org shì yīgè liánjiē tōngzhī shuō yǐjīng dádào fùwèi, huòzhě shì gǎiháng yònghù shòu huānyíng de zhōngwén sōusuǒ yǐnqíng bǎidù. Zhè shì biāozhǔn xiǎngyìng qíngkuàng xià, xiàng hǎiwài de wǎngzhàn liánjiē bèi qiēduàn.
MÄ›iguó dàshǐ guÇŽn de bèiwànglù – suÇ’wèi de diànlÇŽn, dàn tāmen dàduō shì jiāmì diànzǐ tōngxùn – bāohán yÄ«xiÄ“ tÇŽnchéng tán guÄ« yÄ«n yú zhōngguó de rénwù hé tāmen de bÄ›i cháoxiÇŽn de méngyÇ’u.
Yú yītǐ, shì yǐnshù zhōngguó wàijiāo guān xíngróng wèi “bèi chǒng huài de háizi” qìtú yíngdé yīgè tiǎoxìn xìng de dǎodàn shì shè měiguó guānzhù cháoxiǎn.

Zhōngguó dàibiǎo xiàng liù guó cáijūn huìtán, tóngshí, miáoshù le yīgè hánguó wàijiāo guān wèi “àomàn, mǎkèsī pēn qián hóng wèibīng shì shuí zhīdào cháoxiǎn, fáng kuòsàn, méishì, méishì yuē.”

Lìng yÄ« fèn bèiwànglù zhōng jiÄ“shì le yÄ«gè yìngjí jìhuà de xìjié cháoxiÇŽn de bÄ“ngkuì – qízhōng cúnzài kÄ›néng tuÄ«dòng méngguó zhÄ« jiān zài zhìshÇŽo yÄ«gè xièzi.
Xiè hái shēngchēng, zhōngguó de zhízhèng dǎng gòngchǎndǎng de lǐngdǎo zhǐshì de shùmǎ gǔgē de diànnǎo xìtǒng de rùqīn, bìng biǎoshì yīlǎng qián gōngsī céng shìtú huòdé zhōngguó hé jìshù de guānzhù.

Mùqián shàng bù qīngchu, dāng kuài bèi qiángjiā de, dàn bù shǎo shì rénjìhǎnzhì de guǎngmào de hùliánwǎng luòhòu zhōngguó de fánghuǒqiáng, bāokuò rú Facebook,Twitter hé YouTube děng shèjiāo wǎngzhàn.
Rénquán hé chí bùtóng zhèngjiàn zhě wéi zhǔtí de wǎngzhàn yě jīngcháng bèi jìnzhǐ, dàn jīngmíng de jìshù yònghù kěyǐ qīngsōng de tiàoyuè yǔ dàilǐ fúwùqì huò qítā xuǎnzé suǒwèi de “chángchéng fánghuǒqiáng”.
Zhōngguó zhèngfǔ yǐ cǎiqǔ le duì xièlòu de dī tiáo chǔlǐ, yǔ wàijiāo bù biǎoshì jiāng bù pínglùn diànlǎn zhōng de jùtǐ zhǔzhāng.

“Zhōngguó zhùyì dào yǒuguān de bàodào. Wǒmen xīwàng měifāng tuǒshàn chǔlǐ yǒuguān wèntí. Zhìyú wénjiàn de nèiróng, wǒmen bù pínglùn shuō,” wàijiāo bù fāyán rén hóng lěi zài xīngqí èr shuō.
Zhōusān, huánqiú shí bào, tiǎoxìn xìng de xiǎobào yóu zhízhèng de gòngchǎndǎng hóushé rénmín rìbào fābiǎo, pī lòu yī biāo “duì zhōngguó èdú dí fěibàng.”

Tā yě xiǎng zhīdào wèishéme měiguó méiyǒu zǔzhǐ zhāngtiē xiè, shuō yǐ tíchū de wèntí shìfǒu yǐjīng dádào le mǒu zhǒng mòqì yǔ wéijī jiěmì xíngshì.

Měiguó guówùqīng xīlā lǐ kèlíndùn jú zhǎng céng biǎoshì, wéijī jiěmì de wénjiàn xíngshì fēifǎ zhāngtiē. Shìjiè gèdì de guānyuán shuō, pīlù wéihài guójiā ānquán, wàijiāo, qíngbào zīchǎn hé wàiguó zhèngfǔ zhī jiān de guānxì.

Dàliàng xièlòu de shì “gāngà” hé “bènzhuó”, dàn duì měiguó wàijiāo zhèngcè de hòuguǒ yīnggāi shì yǒuxiàn de, měiguó guófáng bùzhǎng luōbótè gài cí zhōuèr biǎoshì.

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