Keep track of and deal with censorship by exit node ISPs
We recently got a report by someone mentioning that
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block various sites like yandex.ru or yandex.ua, mail.ru, vk.com etc. claiming this is essentially censorship by ISP. We don't have many exits at the same ISP but checking with
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ISPs in Ukraine are not the only ones doing this kind of censorship, we've seen similar issues in other countries, though.
This ticket is the parent ticket to the following tasks:
- find a place where we keep track of that information
- figure out means how to scan for this kind of censorship
- think about how to handle those exit relays
Note: for a user things do not look differently if websites block Tor users. Thus, one could be inclined to conflate both problems. However, we should not do so as websites not wanting to have Tor users vs. ISPs interfering with Tor connections are different problems requiring very likely different solutions.