Around the world, regional or complete internet blackouts are becoming an increasingly common tool to suppress protests and dissent. Here’s how they work and why you should care.
Hong Kong's anti-Beijing activists are considering an unofficial parliament-in-exile to reflect the views of Hongkongers, many of whom have removed all references of their opposition to the ruling Communist Party from their social media.
Indian police in disputed Kashmir open a sweeping case against countless users for using VPNs to dodge social media ban there, under a stringent law that allows authorities to designate individuals as "terrorists."
The warnings of planted bombs, all of them false, have been sent to numerous Russian cities, but particularly targeted the capital, where around 16 million live and work, with up to 1,000 threats per day.
China's top cyber regulator has ordered five sites to immediately carry out a comprehensive clean-up to remove vendors that sell illegal VPNs.
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