Which Countries Have Banned Google?

Is Google still banned in China?

Google.cn, the company’s China-based search engine, was shut down in 2010 following disputes over censorship of search queries.

Google’s family of apps — including Gmail and Google Maps — have went offline multiple times, including in November 2012 and December 2014..

What countries have banned social media?

As of May 2016, the only countries to ban access around the clock to the social networking site are China, Iran, Syria, and North Korea. However, since most North Korean residents have no access to the Internet, China and Iran are the only countries where access to Facebook is actively restricted in a wholesale manner.

Which countries have banned Wikipedia?

Censorship of Wikipedia has occurred in several countries, including China, France, Germany, Iran, Pakistan, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, and Venezuela. Some instances are examples of widespread internet censorship in general that includes Wikipedia content.

Which country banned TikTok?

Along with India, the U.S. is among the first countries to impose an outright ban on TikTok, but there are other countries around the world considering similar measures. Japan is also thinking about imposing a ban on the platform that’s nationwide, and Indonesia actually enacted a temporary ban on the platform in 2018.

Which country has no Internet?

The world’s least connected country is dictator-controlled Eritrea, located in the Horn of Africa, where only . 91% of residents have access to the internet.

How many countries have banned Google?

Google products — from search and Blogger to YouTube and Google Docs — have been blocked in 25 of the 100 countries where we offer our services,” Google writes. They also link to a list from the Open Net Initiative which shows countries around the world known to censor some web content.