On Sunday, access to Google Inc.'s YouTube inside China was cut off after the Web site was flooded
with graphic images from Tibet, including videos of burning trucks and monks being dragged through the streets by Chinese soldiers.
Blocking Western Web sites is routine in China, where the government has tightly controlled the flow of information. But the new YouTube blackout is the latest in a string of clashes between the
site and foreign governments in Asia and the Middle East that's forcing the company to grapple with the consequences of its increasingly global reach.