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  1. Censorship of news on the internet by the government has long been a point of controversy. Indeed, we have had points in the past where the BBC's Vietnamese website got blocked. On other occasions, China has previously blocked BBC's services in the country, and Iran has dabbled in the same as well. In a bid to fight against censorship and restricted access, BBC announced today that it's launching a mirror of its international news website on the dark web. In a statement, the news site said: To access the website, you will need Tor, which is a web browser that
  2. werty12345

    CherryPlayer 3.0.0

    CherryPlayer is a unique multimedia player that combines all the benefits and advantages of a desktop player and the ability to play almost all types of streaming multimedia, such as video, audio, radio, and live broadcasts. Features: - Support of almost all the file formats and codecs, live streaming, IPTV. - Free, quick and easy to use. - Search and playing music and video from YouTube, Twitch, 4shared, Soundcloud, Zaycev.net and VK. - Login to YouTube, Twitch and VK accounts. - Built-in playlists of YouTube and Twitch videoservices. - Built-i
  3. HBO Max secures exclusive US streaming rights for Doctor Who, other BBC series Includes USA streaming debut of Who's 11th season, 700 other series' episodes. Enlarge / Jodie Whittaker, who plays Doctor Who's 13th Doctor, is seen here contemplating her future fate chained to HBO Max. BBC America / Aurich AT&T Time Warner's upcoming video-streaming service, HBO Max, has already been announced with an ambitious content plan ahead of its "Spring 2020" launch window. That plan grew ever larger on Thursday with the news that i
  4. BBC Together is like Netflix Party but for BBC shows It’s available now Image: BBC BBC is launching a new experimental tool, BBC Together, that will let you watch or listen to BBC programming with others over the internet, with everyone seeing the same thing on-screen at the same time. It sounds a lot like Netflix Party but for BBC content. BBC Together works with any audio or video content from BBC iPlayer (which has on-demand video content from the BBC), BBC Sounds (which has on-deman
  5. Auntie's outage comes on predicted hottest day of the year Screenshot of BBC website returning HTTP 500 The entire BBC website (less iPlayer) went down briefly this morning. Auntie's online offerings, ranging from free online news to telly and radio listings, recipes and educational content for kids, were all briefly offline. All the BBC's sub-sites were throwing up HTTP 500 errors, complete with a nice little graphic of the BBC test card doctored with a burning background. A reference to the scorchio Great British Summer, perhaps? As R
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