星期五晚些时候，谷歌全线子域名 www.google.com, mail.google.com, google-analytics.com, docs.google.com, drive.google.com, maps.google.com, play.google.com 等等已全线被封锁，所有中国dns全部被指向IP: 18.104.22.168. 由于事关中国广告科技圈发展，是否doubleclick adexchange将会被封，本博将马上咨询谷歌公共关系部，及内部开发人员。使用GA的同学，别忘了数据差的问题。
This latest censorship is part of a long dispute between Google and the Chinese government that has been going on for years. The blocking was first reported by Chinese web monitoring site GreatFire, which summarized its findings like so:
- The subdomains www.google.com, mail.google.com, google-analytics.com, docs.google.com, drive.google.com, maps.google.com, play.google.com and perhaps many more are all currently DNS poisoned in China. Instead of the real IP addresses, any lookups from China to any of these domains result in the following IP: 22.214.171.124. That IP address is located in Korea and doesn’t serve any website at all.
- This means that none of these websites, including Google Search, currently work in China, unless you have a VPN or other circumvention tool.
- Using a DNS server outside of China doesn’t help. A lookup of www.google.com to 126.96.36.199 is also distorted, by the Great Firewall.
- So far you can still access other country versions of Google such as www.google.co.uk.
While the subdomains play.google.com and plus.google.com aren’t specifically mentioned, it seems that the Google Play Store and Google+, as well as pretty much any other service hosted on Google.com, are also being blocked. We tested the google.com domain, as well as many subdomains ourselves on GreatFirewallChina.org, and it doesn’t look good: