In this way, we avoid the imposed regional blockade and have no problem accessing pirated sites, which is obviously a major obstacle for companies, Governments o rights owners who want to avoid it However, and at this point, they will now make more drastic decisions in this regard, just as it will start to happen in Russia, one of the most active countries in everything related to the fight against pirates.
We say this because, as it is becoming known at this time, Russia will soon start blocking the main VPN so that they can not provide service to users in their country, so they can not in principle ignore the blocking portal fee with pirated content.
VPN in the spotlight because of piracy
This is something that happens a few months after the Russian authorities ordered ten of the biggest VPN providers that they will start blocking pirate sites present in the country's blacklist. However, after an almost total refusal to respond to these requests, the country's telecommunications control agency says the blockage of nine of these services is imminent.
But of course, as happens with other platforms that work in and for the Internet, and offer a range of services, the simple act of limiting or blocking the access of certain websites to their customers, including many pay a subscription, assumes a violation of its original commitment, which probably explains why many of these customers migrated to another platform. This is the case of one of them, NordVPN, which categorically refused to comply with this request, alleging that it would violate the service contracts signed with its users.
Therefore, once the deadline is set and the VPN will not comply with the blockade, these service companies will also be included in the country's blacklist, which means that the Internet providers regional organizations will have to prevent their clients from accessing them. Of course, this solution could be gradually extended to many other countries, regions where VPNs were also marked as being related to piracyand blocked by the ISP.