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Baidu Japan will diagnose whether your website is China-friendly [asia.nikkei.com]
The service is aimed at companies and local governments looking to take advantage of the sharp increase in Chinese visitors to Japan amid Beijing's tightening internet censorship. The crackdown can cause problems, such as failure to show website content or slower page downloads.
Baidu Japan offers the service in cooperation with LXR, a Tokyo-based creator of Chinese-language websites. LXR evaluates the accessibility of the client's website in China and publishes a report with suggestions on how to improve it.
Most likely because the tool uses a method or UA I block.Ya think?
[Tue Dec 19 22:04:11 2017] [error] [client 183.90.250.abc] client denied by server configuration: /full/url/path/here
:: wandering off to check, with preliminary detour to G### Translate because I couldn't find the /en/ button ::
The LXR URL? I tried it from outside Japan from a few different countries and it seems to loadNo, the tool page loads. When I test one of my pages it says the URL is invalid. I block most known server farms, allowing some exceptions access.
Are you blocking the UAWell, for a given definition of “UA”. I did say I was quoting the headers in full, but you thought I was exaggerating. Other absent or defective headers may get holes poked for them depending on UA and/or IP, but when the UA itself is absent ...
[edited by: keyplyr at 8:08 pm (utc) on Dec 20, 2017]
if the UA is empty I do blockYes, that's why this thread is reporting one “site doesn’t exist” after another.
sharp increase in Chinese visitors to Japan amid Beijing's tightening internet censorshipDoes this mean that people from China are increasingly looking at sites in Japan, because China's censorship applies primarily to sites hosted in China? I thought they also restricted access in the other direction: China is no North Korea, but you still can't view everything.
Baidu has had a Japan presence for many years.