Tag: Censorship

COSS Continues to Alienate its Users and Fueling Scam Rumors

It would appear that all of the drama surrounding the COSS exchange is far from over. The social channels that are still active are not a source of actual information.  In fact, asking any sort of honest question in those channels will likely get users banned. The COSS Drama Only Gets Worse COSS shut down its services out of the blue roughly two weeks ago. The company cites a major …
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China’s Great Firewall now Blocks two Additional Major English Newspapers

The Great Firewall of China has sparked numerous debates since its inception. While this artificial blockade is most commonly used to prevent the spreading of misinformation, it is also a clear example of online censorship. In a new move, the Great Firewall has begun blocking foreign news sites, which raises a lot of questions. No More Access to Washington Post and Others Over the past few years, several dozen websites …
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Russian Authorities Force VPN Providers to Engage in Internet Censorship

In Russia, internet censorship has become the norm rather than an exception. While that is not all that surprising any longer, it seems the government is not done with trying to prevent people from accessing specific information. As part of a new degree, major VPN providers in the country now have to adhere to a certain “website blacklisting” procedure. VPN Providers in Russia Receive new Orders In this day and …
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Reddit Censorship Strikes Again as Darknet-Related Content Is No Longer Accessible

Censorship is becoming a very real problem on the internet these days. More and more platforms are taking an aggressive stance against shareable content. Reddit is making some very controversial decisions in this regard, as it recently shut down all darknet-related subreddits all of a sudden. The End of r/Darknetmarkets On the one hand, it is rather easy to justify the actions of Reddit when it comes to removing illegal content from its platform. Judging from …
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