Legal there is now a vpn in Russia?


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Previously written\\to escalate, the ways to bypass locks on the Internet (a vpn, proxy and other proxies) will be banned or is already banned.
So is it forbidden now or not?
Need dostovernaya information because just to Google news in this case is not quite right.

Because locks the entire subnet of Amazon and Google, often there is no access to normal resources. And have much, for example, to work (for example, today I have not worked the site uppy uploader, could not see documentation).

And if it's not allowed, then how, for example, to test geolocation or solve such problems in the example above?
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Here it is necessary to separate "I am the owner of the VPN server and provide VPN service" and the "I the VPN client, I've ILV".

The owner of the server that wants to provide services in the Russian Federation, is obliged EV out there with LV, from LV to obtain a list of blocked sites and block them. If he doesn't, block him. A law passed a long time ago - in November 2017, but he put on all and the VPN server and the RCN. For obvious reasons, now approached again, and about to be put to use

VPN client can use - right to use a VPN is still there :) So now judging by the toaster observed mass just purchase a VPS and posting there personal VPN. Why? VPN services, how much would a lot of them might be - is still a finite number and sooner or later they all put face into the asphalt. A private VPN is the last, where to come, especially if you do not provide any commercial services and in General not much talk about it.
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The technology VPN think, will not be prohibited otherwise, will fall the whole banking sector and even the CEO and General Elections
virtually the entire business, which has more than one office.
But fuck in all the cracks of those who make it public are likely to be.
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Yet Yes
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So is it forbidden now or not?

To date, there is no law prohibiting you to bypass the lock. If you have the technical ability to do it, no one can deny.
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