BBC fights censorship by launching news site on the dark web

BBC fights censorship by launching news site on the dark web

In an effort to fight media censorship, the BBC has made a version of its website available on Tor, a privacy-focused browser that makes it more difficult to monitor a user’s online activity. The news organization is putting its international edition on the network, with coverage available in a variety of languages including Arabic, Persian, and Russian.

Sandra
Sandra
Tachyon
Tachyon 4 months

Yes. I'm sure this is not an MI5 tracking exit node at all.

One Watchable
One Watchable 4 months

The (((BBC))) wants to thwart (((media))) (((censorsh!t)))? BBC is biased and it censors things itself - Brussels' Biased Corporation, EffEffEss.

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 4 months

Chinese people will be disapointed in the BBC because it is still just another communist news organization but in English.

Wearentimmunetopropoganda
Wearentimmunetopropoganda 4 months

BBC is doing this so people in China have access to the site, without being caught by the CCP.

jane
jane 4 months

Makes sense. They spend so much time on the dark web browsing pedo sites already, it's just more convenient to have a version of their propaganda site on there too.

Guen
Guen 4 months

BBC is part of the censorship wth are they fighting?

Wholly
Wholly 4 months

Hasn't the acronym BBC been redefined? BBC has been on the darkweb for decades.

GUYIVKS
GUYIVKS 4 months

this is so all the paedos can check out their favourite network without the threat of disclosure.

Marcus Rogers
Marcus Rogers 4 months

Fighting for free speech while simultaneously attacking people for "hate speech", they might as well just jingle some keys in your face while taping up your mouth.

Chris Cahill
Chris Cahill 4 months

Ok well that could help stop people not being able to access stories. Now what do they do about their own issues with censorship

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