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ANSWERED Request for South Korea server reconsideration

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@Kim Tae Kyeong I split your post on a six year old thread for a SK/JP server into this new topic. No need to reopen new threads with the same content, please continue here. :)

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Korean servers would be a welcome addition to AirVPN services.  Practically, though, the government blocks a lot of sites, particularly those having to do with porn or file sharing.  Perhaps some of that censorship has been relaxed in recent years, but social tolerance is not the same as lawful compliance.

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4 hours ago, monstrocity said:

but social tolerance is not the same as lawful compliance.

Many Koreans oppose various government regulations. At least those who use the Internet.

(A lot of politicians here are very old)

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23 hours ago, Kim Tae Kyeong said:

Many things have changed in korea. Can you review the idea of adding korea server?

- SNI snooping censorship is only for individuals, doesnt apply for datacenters 

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_censorship_in_South_Korea


Hello!

That's very interesting because our last tests (which are now three years old) showed that thousands of IP addresses are blocked directly inside the datacenters so our requirements of an agnostic network were not met. If such a censorship does not exist anymore, we will re-evaluate for sure.

Kind regards
 

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