Dropbox Now Accessible in China

In 2010, Chinese authorities blocked Dropbox probably because they found sensitive material being shared or stored. Today, Tech In Asia has discovered that Dropbox is now unblocked in China.


The cloud storage/sharing service became accessible to Chinese users late last week, but it is still unclear why or exactly when it became unblocked in the country. Google Drive, however, is still stuck behind the Great Firewall, like it has been since the day it launched in 2012.

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