"Crimea. Realities" is blocked again in Crimea and Russia
The "Crimea. Realities" editors recall that there is an easy way to bypass a block - just watch the video and follow the instructions
As reported by the site and social networks, "Crimea. Realities", the project of Radio Liberty is blocked again in Russia and Crimea. The "Crimea. Realities" editors recall that there is an easy way to bypass a block - just watch the video and follow the instructions.
At the same time, the site is available in Feodosia and Sevastopol, and in neighboring Russia as well.
There are no reports about the blocking http://ru.krymr.com/ site neither from Roskomnadzor nor from Prosecutor's Office.
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