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Government of India blocks 32 websites including pastebin archive githud etc

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  1. okiedokie

    okiedokie Regular Member

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    Insane! Govt orders blocking of 32 websites including
    pastebin github censorship and many others even webarchive and sourceforge for " INCITING TERRORISM " LOL
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    whats the point of blocking weebly and vimeo! so I guess Youtube is next to be banned.
     
  3. J-S-T

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    And DailyMotion is already banned, I am not able to open it since 1 week i guess.
     
  4. okiedokie

    okiedokie Regular Member

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    Yes The New Govt is retarded . All the illiterate scumbags are occupying top cabinet posts .what more can we expect
     
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    narsimha99 Newbie

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    all sites are opening in my UC browser tata DoCoMo.lol I think its the step that govt wants to do stop porn activities. lolzzz
     
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    Absolutely absurd!

    This kinda thing is really getting stupid
     
  7. okiedokie

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    They would not do that cuz they cant stop themselves watch porn . remember they were caught watching porno in VIDHANSABHA
     
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    Blocking paid web hosting sites like iPage is stupid.
     
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    My sympathies fellow Indians. It is shit having to go via VPS.

    Also typical example of flawed democracy. Most people actually fall for this shit, that there is terrorism incitement on Sourceforge for example.
     
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    Why is the indian government so against porn? Porn has done nothing bad for india.
     
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    Rise of proxies and vpn in India :)

    All developed countries are blocking something so India decided to copy but they dont know what to block so they block anything that they cant understand.
     
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    these all sites are opening
    if they block these sites who cares. we have proxy n vpn to access that sites

    EDIT: i recently noticed that daily motion is not opening. what they want from us stop using internet
     
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    Reason is not Porn

    The websites that have been blocked were based on an advisory by Anti Terrorism Squad, and were carrying Anti India content from ISIS
     
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    I just use Indian Ip to access Flipkart, amazon and accessing my VPS coz its not designed to sustain that much bandwidth.
    Rest small work is done under proxies so not a big deal.

    But that 11 is woking in m normal Ip maybe they skipped it..
     
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    Weebly banned, hahaha, nice! :D I hope everyone does this!
     
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    Why they banning those sites? Crazy.
     
  17. okiedokie

    okiedokie Regular Member

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    For everyone whos asking why did they ban Irrelevant Websites
    heres a small story . Few weeks back a lady got raped in UBER Taxi Service in India and they banned the Taxi service
    someone of my friends are glad that they didnot ban Entire Internet for that matter LOL
     
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    What the???? I'm surprised to also see dailymotion on there.
     
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    vimeo and dailymotion? why isnt youtube in that list then??

    thats BS
     
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    Facebook is going to be banned next
     
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