Banned site

If you’re in Thailand, could you answer this question for me? Can you go on this site… http://www.metacafe.com/   I was able to a few weeks ago and was hoping to post some videos using metacafe but now i can’t open the page. Has it been banned in Thailand? does anyone know?

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10 Responses to Banned site

  1. bart says:

    It’s working from Bangkok. Maybe is it a Chiang Mai local ban 😉

  2. Elemmaciltur says:

    Mei, Thailand wird ja nach und nach ein Ãœberwachungsstaat oder was? Das ist der eine Faktor, was mich an Thailand echt nervt.

    Zu Deiner Frage: ja, ich kann noch auf die Seite gehen.

  3. Darwin says:

    It’s working in Ubon. Sometimes it’s just the internet service, slow, timemouts and such. Just try it again and I am sure you will eventually connect.

  4. Max says:

    There’s a list of blocked sites here: http://facthai.wordpress.com/2006/12/06/blocklist-jan04/

    Sometimes sites are unavailable temporarily in Thailand, I got a message saying blogger was banned once, and also the BBC.

    So nice being back somewhere where I can surf in peace without someone else deciding that sites like youtube.com are dangerous.

  5. Lillian says:

    Thanx y’all.. it still doesn’t work.. will keep trying..arrrgggh I want youtube back.. or something just as easy for a ‘technically challenged’ blogger…

  6. Talia says:

    Hi Lillian,
    Metacafe isn’t blocked anywhere in the world. Can you get on our forums? http://forums.metacafe.com If so, leave a message there and we’ll try to help you out. Otherwise, email us at support@metacafe.com.

    Talia Klein
    Metacafe Community Manager

  7. Lillian says:

    Thanx Talia, will do !

  8. Cedric says:

    here in Bangkok using CS Loxinfo ISP the site is blocked

    Sorry, the web site you are accessing has been closed by Royal Thai Police due to inappropriateness such as pornography, gambling or contain any information which is deemed to violate national security.

    For more information, please contact “Police Information System Center” Bld#19 2nd Flr, Royal Thai Police, Rama I, Patumwan, Bangkok 10330 Tel. 0-2251-0164,
    email : webmaster@police.go.th

    http://www.police.go.th

  9. Brian says:

    Another option you might check out is Daily Motion – http://www.dailymotion.com

  10. Jerry says:

    Your site is banned from my connection in Phuket. My WordPress site is also banned.

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