Weblog, the popular weblog app, has been blocked from Chinese social media sites for two weeks in response to an “illegal” law that would ban any app that “threatens or intimidates public order”.
Weblog is not only used in China, but in the United States as well.
It has been used to publish a range of popular news, opinions, reviews, videos, memes and other content, and it is the leading weblog platform for Chinese users.
According to the company, Weblog has a good user base, which is why it is one of the most popular apps in China.
“We are working to make the app available again to Chinese users and we hope to continue our cooperation with the relevant authorities in order to facilitate a smooth rollout of Weblog,” a Weblog spokesperson told The Verge.
“This issue is only affecting users who have a WeChat account.”
In a statement, Weblogs parent company WeChat said: “We were notified of the Chinese government’s ‘illegal’ law in June.
The WeChat team is currently analyzing the impact of this on Weblog users.
We apologize for the inconvenience and will do everything to mitigate the issue.
We hope to resume Weblog in China soon.”
However, the Weblogs app has also been blocked in the U.S., which has been the source of controversy in China for years.
According in a statement from the company: “The Weblog app is available in the App Store in the US and has been available in China since August 2013.
Weblog was developed by Chinese technology company Tencent, a Chinese state-owned company, and WeChat is owned by Tencent.
This was the first app developed by the company.
We have been in close contact with the US government to work on a resolution, but have been unable to resolve this issue with the American government.
We thank them for their cooperation and hope that we will be able to continue working with them.”
Weblog also has had problems in China in the past, with some Chinese users complaining about the app being blocked and having to sign in to the WeChat platform to access it.
“If you use WeChat on China, you will have to download WeChat.net.com to access Weblog.net,” a spokesperson from Wechat told The New York Times in February.
“Otherwise, WeChat will block YouTubers.
We will be providing WeChat users with an alternative method of access to Weblog.”
In addition to the app, Wechat is the largest weblog in the world.
According the Wechat spokesperson, the company has also made a number of changes in recent months, including adding WeChat micro-transactions to Weblogs apps, making it easier to buy apps on Weblogs platform and making it easy to add and remove apps from the app store.
“Our app is not restricted by the law,” the spokesperson said.
“It has never been the case that Weblogs App was blocked by the Chinese authorities.
We never blocked any app in the history of Weblogs.”
In the past week, Weibo, Wextro and Weblink were all blocked in China due to the law.
WeChat also has a number other popular apps, including WeChat Mobile, We Chat, WeBiz and Wechat.
In response to the recent crackdown, We have made some significant changes to our app, including: – We added micro-tasking support, allowing you to add a friend to your WeChat group, add and delete an account, and set up and change group settings on the fly – We have added a ‘friends’ screen on the bottom right of the app to help you quickly find friends on WeChat – We are adding an ‘auto-reconnect’ option on the app – We will now be launching WeChat Messenger for iOS and Android, with a new voice and text chat feature – We now have an ‘always-on’ mode that automatically re-connects when your phone goes offline – We’ve added a number on the main navigation bar that will let you set your default location, with which WeChat apps will connect – WeChat has been added to the new ‘recommended’ category on Wechat’s mobile app to let you easily find the apps that are the most recommended on We chat – We changed the look and feel of the ‘follow us’ button on the top right of WeChat, allowing it to be easily seen in more locations – We also added a new notification system, with notifications being displayed in the app itself rather than on the home screen.
We are actively working on making WeChat better for our users, and hope to have more updates soon.