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Re: [tor-talk] Belarus just banned Tor and other censorship circumvention tools



On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 11:36 AM, Anton Nesterov <komachi@openmailbox.org>
wrote:

> Aaron Gibson:
> > On 2015-02-25 14:22, Anton Nesterov wrote:
> >> "11. If government inspection find Internet resources or anonymity tools
> >> (proxy servers, anonymous networks like Tor, and so on), which can be
> >> used to get access for Internet resources with limited access, they
> >> should add identifier of that Internet resources or anonymity tools to
> >> the list of limited access."
> >>
> >> http://pravo.by/main.aspx?guid=12551&p0=T21503059&p1=1&p5=0 text
> >> (Russian)
> >
> > Is there any mention of penalties for circumventing the blocks?
>
> No, only for ISPs if they refuse to block.
>
> Also, news report in English
> https://meduza.io/en/news/2015/02/25/belarus-bans-tor
>

"According to an announcement by the nation’s Communications Ministry, the
authorities intend to block access to any anonymizers that allow Internet
users to reach online resources banned inside Belarus." That seems
ambiguous, online resources physically inside the country or online
resources that could be anywhere but are banned from being accessed inside
the country? Do other countries ban all exit nodes?
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