We were very excited to see that Yahoo users recommended SecuriTales when asked how to access Facebook in China. During the last year more and more internet users found SecuriTales as their best solution to access Facebook in China. We are proud that we can help and we will continue improve our service as much as we can for the benefit of our customers.
thank you for your trust!
The SecuriTales team.
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Facebook and YouTube are now blocked in Pakistan. SecuriTales has just announced that the SecuriTales service in Pakistan has been upgraded and now has 5 more servers to support the increasing demand from this country.
How did all that start? A Seattle cartoonist's satirical suggestion that Thursday be dubbed "Everybody Draw Mohammed Day" has led to anything but humor in some quarters, particularly Pakistan, which on Wednesday evening shut down Facebook.
An Islamic lawyers association in Lahore, Pakistan, argued that the contest essentially equaled blasphemy, and on Wednesday won a court injunction against the social-networking site. A Facebook page promoting the cartoonist's idea (but not set up by her) had drawn upward of 71,000 members as of 11 p.m. PDT Wednesday night.
Pakistan has joined the club of countries that would rather block the flow of information rather that respect the freedom of speech.
We encourage you all to join the revolution and say no to blocking.
Thursday, April 1, 2010
Google had just reported that more Google services are now blocked in China. Users are now reporting service interruptions in the mobile version of Google search, gmail, Google Maps and social networking services.
Google has published a status page with the summary of accessibility to Google services from within mainland China.
As you can see, Google Sites, YouTube and Blogger are completely blocked.
Monday, March 22, 2010
Earlier this month we said that it is going to come. Now it happens. Google has stopped censoring their search results in China, and it is a matter of hours till they are totally banned in China.
Internet users from China that want to access google.com can now use SecuriTales.com to unblock Google from China. SecuriTales works greate from China, and if you find any problem, please send us an email.
Google had also reported that the decision to close Google China, that will probably lead to blocking Google Hong Kong was taken by the Google headquarters in the USA and not by any of the employees in China.
How will that affect the internet users in China? This is yet to be known. On thing for sure, it is going to be interesting!
Sunday, March 21, 2010
The New York Times has a great article about the ways internet users in China find their ways to access the western world Internet. I really liked the comparison to the Mongol invaders that could not be stopped by the Great Wall of China. The Chinese government is working hard to close the holes in the wall, but with services like SecuriTales and others, this task is getting more and more complicated.
Thursday, March 18, 2010
Sunday, March 14, 2010
These stories come up so fast that it becomes really hard to track.
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez called on Saturday for regulation of the Internet and as it looks now, Twitter is about to be blocked in Venezuela in the next few weeks.
I find it quite hard to believe that in a very short time millions of people will not be able to access facebook or access twitter any more.
By the end of next month, Securitales will launch a Spanish website in order to support all the Latin America web users that need access to Twitter and Facebook and can not do that because of their governments.
If you live in Venezuela and looking for a way to unblock Twitter, signup to securitales today. you got 1 week free trial.