This is the real threat of the loss of net neutrality: you'll only be *allowed* to access things that your ISP likes. Filter bubbles are bad enough now, but they're going to get a *lot* worse, and not even based on your desires.
@keiyakins I recently saw this mobile providers page from Portugal. Damn scary, buying the web like a horrific cable package. https://www.reddit.com/r/technology/comments/79770i/in_portugal_with_no_net_neutrality_internet/
@drwho @keiyakins @Elizafox @SDF @tildetown I still suspect they're being blocked by their own uplink, and it's not an access provider net neutrality issue: The old address isn't reachable from anywhere I have access to in Europe either, including from one provider I know the policies of since I used to work for them.
@jorty Hey that depends on your terminal settings. It's possible you're insane and use black-on-white.
(On com, we've decided that 'dorknet' is a more accurate description :P)
They have an app you can download to test common forms of censorship and interference and optionally share the results back to OONI for correlation. It’s more effective overall if you share, but understandable if you don’t.
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