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Re: [tor-talk] Sites blocking Tor

On Wed, 20 Jan 2016 20:57:57 +0200
Lars NoodÃn <lars.nooden@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I checked the FAQ and it is unclear about precisely what to do about
> sites that gratuitously block Tor.  Just recently I noticed that
> www.justice.gov blocks Tor.  For example the URL
>  http://www.justice.gov/atr/cases/exhibits/1332.pdf
> and the search function at the site's start.
>  http://www.justice.gov/
> Should these be noted somewhere or a ticket filed?

  www.justice.gov is an alias for www.justice.gov.edgesuite.net.
  www.justice.gov.edgesuite.net is an alias for a1170.dscb.akamai.net.

This is again Akamai. "Sites blocking Tor" repeatedly comes up on this list,
and in most cases it turns out they use the Akamai CDN.

They have some kind of Tor position on their blog:
but the full text of it is pay(?)/registration-walled.

With respect,

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