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Putin's given us the boot! Read about it here: https://zzzchan.xyz/news.html#66208b6a8fca3aefee4bf211

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The AGO has confirmed it has received complaints from Incognet and Crunchbits and that the complaints fall under the scope of their office. I am filing mine this week.

Residents of Washington may be needed soon.

Edit 1: Small update but when we tried to route another /48 off my subnet it was also blocked immediately before ever being pushed live as an AAAA record. In short, this means the company is actively hawking my subnets and terminating them as soon as they go up to deliberately deprive Washington residents of Internet access to websites of their choice.


Edit 2: Actually, they blocked my /32, which means Hurricane Electric is blocking 65,536 network blocks containing 65,536 subscriber blocks each with each subscriber block containing 18,446,744,073,709,551,616 possible addresses. With this number, I could assign each gram of the Earth's total mass 74 IP addresses each. They have done this specifically to accomplish keeping Washington residents off the Kiwi Farms.

c 4 urself

This is largely due to legal and extralegal influence from Liz Fong-Jones / Elliot William Fong and persons associated with him.

For the benefit of anyone who doesn't understand Internet routing: an ISP deciding to block an entire subnet is akin to the President deciding to barricade all roads leading to a neighborhood because of an individual in a single house.

Without a court order, or even a statement of laws broken. Just because some suit in an office said so
>>11292 (OP) 
use a vpn or tor?
change your isp?
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In a lot of places you have only 1 ISP thanks to the USA completely giving up on improving its infrastructure. Not uncommon to also be stuck with shitass DSL with speeds that haven't improved in 20 years. 

Tor was indeed invented for this type of situation but 90% of people are too lazy to even install the Tor browser and wait more than 5 seconds for a webpage to load. It is an emergency backup in case of censorship, not a replacement for the clearnet.
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It is more of a monopoly problem than a legal problem.
As long as there is only one provider, they can do whatever they want.
>>11292 (OP) 
Sounds like something Josh would say. ;^)
fuck off jewsh
>Tor was indeed invented for this type of situation but 90% of people are too lazy to even install the Tor browser
Good. 99% percent of people shouldn't be allowed to own a computer
>>11292 (OP) 

West coast cuckada here. I haven't been able to access kiwifarms.net probably for months now. I don't remember the last time I tried, but even tor didn't work. I thought the site was taken down? I just checked again, and still can't access it, even via tor. What gives?
Is kiwifags up yet?
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