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Latest Belarusian censorship law & censorship actions



Dnia niedziela, 21 grudnia 2014 11:09:36 Anton Nesterov pisze:
> Today President of Belarus signed a law which provides heavy regulation
> to freedom of speech. Basically, it makes any website media and forbids
> "information aimed at the propaganda of the war, extremist activities,
> or the calls for such activities, pornography, violence, cruelty, and
> any other informations which distribution can harm national interest of
> the Republic of Belarus, or forbidden by this law, or by any other
> legislative act of the Republic of Belarus". It also force owners of
> websites to moderate user-generated content. Any website which violate
> this will be blocked. Also the law forbids any media with more than 20%
> of foreign investors.

So, my question is: how exactly are they going about blocking the websites? Is 
it a DNS-based block? DPI and content-based one? Anything else? Any info on 
it?

-- 
Pozdrawiam,
MichaÅ? "rysiek" Woźniak
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