My Two Census

Formerly the non-partisan watchdog of the 2010 US Census, and currently an opinion blog that covers all things political, media, foreign policy, globalization, and culture…but sometimes returning to its census/demographics roots.

Technical problems on

Thanks to those who informed us that you were having trouble accessing MyTwoCensus. We are aware of the problems. Please be assured that there is no security threat by accessing this site. We have contacts at Google working on this issue and hope that it will be resolved ASAP.

In the comments section, please let us know what browser you are using and if the site is now operating smoothly for you.


Stephen and Evan

9 Responses to “Technical problems on”

  1. Current Resident Says:

    No issues with direct site access today or ever. To be fair I did not access at all in late afternoon. Google seems to think this domain is a malware harbor. Looks like a mop ‘n’ pail job for admin.

    - Browser: Opera v9.24, set to kill popups, third party cookies, and present all first party cookies for my approval.
    - CPU: Win XP crate managed like a police state in terms of security.

  2. Gayle Says:

    Lots of technical problems in the last week or so. My browser (Safari 4.04 on a Mac) keeps being redirected to a google home page. The only way I can read the posts is to go to the site, then immediately stop the redirect each time I navigate to a new page. This problem is continuing as well as the new warning from google that this site may contain malware. Hope you can solve it soon.

  3. Samantha Jackson Says:

    Firefox is a no go. I get the google malware alert.

    My AT&T (Internet Explorer??? Not sure) is fine.

    I hope you will share the outcome of why this happened. I do admit that my mind started swirling with conspiracy theories.

  4. Says:

    No issue on my phone or at home.

  5. Jake Says:

    No issue here.
    I am on AOL.
    I saved the link a month or two ago in My Favorites and use it as needed with no problem.
    That is not to say I don’t have other issues with AOL though. :’)

  6. Amanda Says:

    Issues on FF 3.6.8 on Windows 7 64-bit. “Reported Attack Site” – had to disable feature in order to access site at all. Current Time 11:19 US Central Time (GMT -6)

  7. Enumeratrix Says:

    No issue here–never had a problem with this site (Safari, 4.0.4)

  8. pwingny Says:

    Firefox 3.6.8 on Windows XP SP3. is being blocked as an “attack” web site.
    I have turned off the Firefox 3.6.8 security feature -
    Tools => Options => Security => “Block reported attack sites”

  9. anon Says:

    pwingny – you should turn that back on…it protects you from visiting malicious sites