Belarus Is Back Online, With Lessons About Censorship Resistance
What do you do if your country unplugs the internet? Satellite and mesh networks are possible future solutions, but they have technical and political limitations.
A Belarusian bank is launching a bitcoin buying service via bank cards for citizens of Belarus and Russia.
Belarus media are testing NewNode, a decentralized tech helping resist the government censorship.
A 2020 report by Top10VPN found India to be the country that suffered the most economic damage from internet disruptions.
Using free and open-source software, the Open Observatory of Network Interference has built a “decentralized, citizen-led, internet censorship observatory.”
A non-profit by tech entrepreneurs in Belarus is using Bitcoin to help dissidents get around repression and financial monitoring.