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Google Services and More May be Affected in China

Please be aware that recent changes implemented by the Chinese government regarding access to social media services, cloud-hosted infrastructure, and API services may have an impact on your IEEE Web site.

Any features and functionalities on your IEEE site that make use of these types of services provided by companies such as, but not limited to, Google and Facebook, may be inaccessible by the public in China, including IEEE members and volunteers.

As a suggestion, IEEE Webmasters should review how their Web site implements features and functions from services such as but not limited to Google’s App Engine, Cloud SQL, and Facebook. It is recommended that your site be tested for functionality in China if you are supporting members or the public in China with your site. Public proxy services can be leveraged by you to test your site’s functionality in China.

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