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According to Alexa Internet, the video-sharing network YouTube is the second-most popular website as of August 2019. [1] According to YouTube’s press page, the company has over one billion users who stream more than one billion hours of content per day. [two] It has been and continues to be censored to varying degrees in almost every country on the planet.
In certain countries, YouTube is totally blocked, either permanently or for a short period of time, such as during times of violence, election campaigns, or in response to upcoming political anniversaries. Access to the website as a whole is unrestricted in other countries, but access to individual videos is limited. In both cases, a VPN is used to circumvent regional restrictions. In order to restore service, YouTube will often agree to delete or restrict access to a single video that has caused the entire site to be blocked. [three]
YouTube was blocked in Afghanistan on September 12, 2012, because it hosted the trailer for the controversial film Innocence of Muslims, which the authorities deemed blasphemous.
[9] On December 1, 2012, YouTube was unblocked in Afghanistan.


The regional qualifiers for Dota 2 [official siteShanghai ]’s Major tournament ended early Monday morning, confirming which eight teams will compete alongside the direct invitees at the Valve-sponsored event in March. Find out who’s going to the tournament and watch highlights from the weekend’s competitions. Continue reading:
The qualifying teams are Team Liquid and Team Spirit from Europe, LGD Gaming and Newbee from China, Fnatic and MVP Phoenix from Southeast Asia, and Team Archon and Complexity Gaming from the Americas, after four days of out-pushing, out-farming, and out-playing. Hurrah!
OG, Evil Geniuses, Team Secret, EHOME, CDEC, Vici Gaming, Virtus Pro, and Alliance will join OG, Evil Geniuses, Team Secret, EHOME, CDEC, Vici Gaming, Virtus Pro, and Alliance at Shanghai’s Mercedes-Benz Arena, where they’ll compete for a piece of the $3,000,000 prize pool.
There were few surprises among the winners; Team Liquid were clear favorites for an EU spot after defeating OG, the Frankfurt Major champions, at The Defense Season 5 in December, and LGD and Newbee were two big names in a qualifier full of youth squads. Nonetheless, with a seven-figure prize pool on the line, each of the four regional qualifiers was a tough battle with several close games and unforgettable moments. Here are a few examples:

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You’d assume that with drones, digital maps, and amateur historians, Shanghai will be devoid of surprises. A timeless Chinese courtyard house stands just a building’s width from busy Wulumuqi Lu.
A petite woman with a pixie haircut rises from her shaded seat outside the door, greeting us with the same warmth. Even though she wasn’t expecting us, even though we’re intruders into her home, the granddaughter of the original owners says, “You’ve come to see our place.” Since this was once the rural, it’s countryside hospitality.
This house was designed by Madame Xia’s grandfather and brother in 1923, just three years after the road was laid out and given a foreign name. The region had been Chinese territory until 1914, when a treaty gave the French control of the so-called “extra-settlement route.” World War I halted much real progress, and it also halted the life of Alexandre Dufour, a 21-year-old Shanghai resident and alumnus of the Thomas Hanbury School. On the battlefields of France, he gave his life, and his name was given to this road that ran through rural Shanghai.


(FLUFFNSTUFF, Jeyo, Monkeys-Forever, Moo, Whitebeard)

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Team Archon is without a doubt one of the biggest underdogs going into the Group Stages in Shanghai. The squad, which consisted of four Americans and one Canadian (Jeyo), dominated the Americas Qualifier, defeating both compLexity and Digital Chaos. They haven’t participated in any international competition since then, and their best result in a tournament was second place at BTS Americas 3. Although they performed well enough to reach the final, they were defeated 3-1 by Digital Chaos, the competition’s only other strong team. Archon has gone 6-8 overall since qualifying for Shanghai, despite not having played a single game against any of the other teams competing in the Shanghai Major. A sneak peek at Group D Geniuses of Evil (Silent, G, DkPhobos, Lil, Fng) During a disappointing Star Ladder 13 group stage, Virtus.Pro has only played five competitive matches in 6.86 hours (2-3 record). Two of those games were against fellow Group D members: a victory over complexity and a defeat to Liquid (43 kills to 16). Though it’s difficult to predict the Eastern Europeans’ tactics in Shanghai, Virtus.Pro has as good a chance as any team in Group D to advance to the Winner’s Bracket. VP is 2-2 against Liquid, 1-0 against compLexity, and 2-3 against Evil Geniuses in a heartbreaking best-of-five at the Summit 4 finals, in which VP let a 2-0 series lead evaporate. VP also has a 4-1 record against OG during that time period. Gaming by compLexity

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