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 March 1, 2018  Posted by  Featured News, Non-U.S., Online

Bloomberg News reports:

For years, thousands of virtual private networks (VPNs) have allowed people in China to circumvent restrictions on internet access and visit Facebook, Google, YouTube, Twitter, and other sites blacklisted by the government. That’s changing. Chinese authorities say that starting on March 31 they’ll shut down or simply ban any providers of unauthorized VPN services and apps. Sunday Yokubaitis, president of VPN provider Golden Frog in Austin, says he has an idea of what the censors can do.

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