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Who bans websites in India?

Asked on 09-01-2019 by Shreya Jaiteley

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The Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Airtel, BSNL, Jio etc. block websites in India, on directions received the Central Government's Telecom Department.

How are websites banned in India?

Asked on 09-01-2019 by Angel Yadav

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The government prepares a master-list of banned websites. And, then ISPs scan addresses accessed by users against this master-list, and if a banned website is being accessed, it blocks the same.

How are users accessing blocked websites in India?

Asked on 09-01-2019 by Aadhya Khan

Answered by NewsBytes

Indian users are easily accessing blocked websites in India by using many back-door tricks like using HTTPS address format, using Dark-web browsers, using Google/Cloudflare DNS servers, or accessing via mirror sites.

How can porn-ban be successfully implemented in India?

Asked on 09-01-2019 by Shaurya Gavde

Answered by NewsBytes

First of all, the government would have to make legal amendments to make porn-watching illegal in India, and then resort to strong technical methods like blocking a full range of IP-addresses/domains/sub-domains.

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