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Author Topic: Rapidshare, Megaupload, Hotfile, Mediafire, Fileserve... Blocked in India  (Read 5286 times)

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File storage websites such as Megaupload, Putlocker, Rapidshare are being blocked in India.

A thread started on this Indian forum focused on developments in Indian broadband has furious and surprised users sharing a list of websites blocked by their Internet service providers: http://broadbandforum.in/broadband-in-india/70941-site-has-been-blocked-per/
Going through the thread and my Twitter interactions, India’s Department of Telecommunication is behind the block.

Some users say they are not able to browse the file uploading websites, others say they can access and download content. A screenshot (above) shared by Sunny Chahal on Twitter confirms that the block is in effect. Some other users are seeing the same notice.

Users of popular Internet Service Providers MTNL, BSNL and Airtel have confirmed seeing the same error while visiting some or all of the following websites:

Megaupload.com
Mediafire.com
Megavideo.com
VideoBB.com
Novamov.com
Movshare.net
Rapidshare.com
Putlocker.com
Hotfile.com
Fileserve.com
Filesonic.com
Filesonic.in
Depositfiles.com
Wupload.com

The decision behind banning the websites looks like piracy. Most of these websites are widely used to  share content production houses and record labels would want users to pay for. Users are comparing the ban to Internet rules in China. The Department of Homeland Security in the US also made definitive moves against piracy by seizing domains of websites hosting pirated content: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/27/technology/27torrent.html

As of now there is no official word from the DoT, the story will be updated as we get more information.

(ZDnet)

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« Reply #1 on: 24. August 2015., 10:22:08 »
There Is A Browser Extension Against This Kind Of Censorship.

It Is Available Both For FF And For All The CHROME Clone Family Of Browsers.

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Re: browser extension against Censorship
« Reply #2 on: 30. August 2015., 13:48:50 »
There Is A Browser Extension Against This Kind Of Censorship.

It Is Available Both For FF And For All The CHROME Clone Family Of Browsers.

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Which one(s)?

Please share link(s) with SCF Community... :police:

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« Reply #3 on: 31. August 2015., 02:43:39 »
A - For FF There Is An Extension Called BROWSEC.

It Is Not Customizable But Lets Your isp Think You Are In The NETHERLANDS.

http://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/user/browsec

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From Now On, All Browsers Referred Are CHROME Clones:

B - OPERA15+, The Browser Itself, Has An In Built VPN - It Lets Your isp Think You Are In NORWAY.

C - YANDEX, The Browser Itself, Has An In Built VPN - It Lets Your isp Think You Are In RUSSIA.

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All ( ? ) CHROME Clones Can Also Use A Version Of The Above Extension.

Code ID - OMGHFJLPGGMJJAAGOCLMMOBGDODCJBOH

It Is Customizable And Can Let Your isp Think You Are In:

- NETHERLANDS,

- SINGAPORE,

- UNITED KINGDOM, Or,

- UNITED STATES.

Enjoy.

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Re: how to avoid censorship on Internet
« Reply #4 on: 31. August 2015., 19:38:08 »
Thank you very much for detailed explanation... I'm sure that this post will be very useful for many of our members around a World. :up:

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« Reply #5 on: 31. August 2015., 23:13:40 »
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« Reply #6 on: 04. September 2015., 08:14:27 »
http://zenmate.com

Another Extension For CHROME Clones, OPERA15+, FF And Some Other Platforms.

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