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#26681 30-Sep-2008 15:34
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I have just noticed youtube is not staying on youtube.com because it seems to be redirecting to nz.youtube.com for some strange reason. is this a youtube or isp problem.

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  #168014 30-Sep-2008 15:37
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You don't like NZ content?

But it seems they pick up your IP to switch it over to nz.youtube.com

To change, click on "New Zealand" at the top and then click on "Worldwide (All)"




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  #168016 30-Sep-2008 15:43
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After seeing the video mentioned here , I wouldnt want to see NZ content either Tongue out




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  #168058 30-Sep-2008 17:11
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ohhnoes when i go to google.com it redirects to google.co.nz




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  #168073 30-Sep-2008 17:48
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Could be worse... could be google.com.au




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  #168343 1-Oct-2008 15:08
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xpd: Could be worse... could be google.com.au

It does that for me too........
Only when I am on a server in Brisbane though.




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  #170805 13-Oct-2008 02:13
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yea its somthing with the geo ip thing google has, if you are loged in on youtube.. go to the top right and look for the globe icon click on New Zealand or Worldwide, it should set to your account.

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