Last updated on December 25th, 2018 at 10:14 am
Have you ever try to login to some torrenting website in UK? Probable you are already tired from all those pages informing you that the High Court has blocked it. Blocking pirate sites happens a lot across the world, not only in the UK, but in Portugal, Italy, and Denmark and others countries as well.
Today 42 countries around the world have some sort of system to limits for torrent sites, among them members of the European Union, Argentina, Australia, Iceland, India, Israel, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, and Thailand.
1,800 sites and 5,300 domains have been “rendered inaccessible” in 17 European countries, though anyone with a VPN can get around the blocks without breaking a sweat – even if they’re connected to a server in their own country.
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United Kingdom is very fond restricting access to pirate websites, like PirateBay. The government of the country blocked 171 sites and 2,215 domains. The other EU countries also block websites: Denmark (71 sites, 797 domains), Italy (703 sites, 836 domains), and Portugal (827 sites, 1,035 domains).
Later this year we are expecting online age verification system and others anti privacy laws.
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