We've moved to greatfire.org
Today we've moved to a new domain: https://greatfire.org. Here are some notes on what this means:
We're not blocked in China
Though it may only be a question of time until this changes, for now our website is accessible in China without a VPN or proxy. Back in March, before we were blocked, we started getting traffic from Weibo (the biggest Chinese equivalent to Twitter) and we hope to be able to inform Chinese users on the extent of online censorship here.
We're on a secure server
Notice that our address starts with HTTPS. This means that all traffic between your browser and our server is encrypted. And the result of this encryption is that it is impossible for the Great Firewall to intercept the traffic, if you're viewing our website from China. HTTPS is a term to remember, it's the biggest reason why the authorities have semi-blocked access to GMail here.
.org as in non-profit
We are a non-profit organization which is now reflected in our name. Our mission is to bring transparency to online censorship in China. We do need your help to make our operations sustainable.
Feedback is very welcome, as always.