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Hi everyone, The interruption of the french server may have shown that a lot of users (me included) used it for watching french live/catch-up TV. As it seems that we may not have a new french server soon, would it be possible to unlock the following TV sites of their geolocalized restriction. http://www.canalplus.fr/ http://www.tf1.fr/live/ http://pluzz.francetv.fr/ http://www.m6replay.fr/ thanks Olivier
I have noticed that AirVPN has had no presence in France for quite a few years now I recall a previous post by Staff explaining that they withdrew their French servers because of the legal framework on data retention, however many other VPNs such as Mullvad, Proton, TorGuard, etc operate French servers and that isn't a problem for them. Additionally I think OVH would be a great provider since their have presence in France, are a reliable hosting provider which I personally have used for a while, they have great DDoS protection for no extra charge, and OVH has spoken in the past about it's support of privacy rights. For this reason I think a new server in France is long overdue and hopefully can be opened soon.
Hello, I had been using molotov (https://www.molotov.tv) to watch French TV channels. This was over their Windows and Android app. I believe the content was accessible via micro-routing (source). This has stopped working now (I used it last week via airvpn, and normally pretty much every-day before that) and the site is showing "unauthorized from your area". I tried Eddie on Windows and the OpenVPN client on Windows, several servers that used to work before. It looks like they updated their Infra as they pushed a major new app version last week too. Can we do something about it? Thanks!
I was thinking about setting up a self hosted VPN for fun to use on my Pi. I was thinking about using the Canada location... I know the France location is considered very safe. It seems they don't care about torrent sites/trackers, regular BitTorrent traffic, etc. but there doesn't seem to be much info on this in their Canada location. Any input is appreciated!