The Cameroonian government has also come out publicly to issue threats to internet users. for actively blocking websites in the past, and they just recently introduced law that will make it easy for the Denmark government to actively censor the Internet.
Despite this, the government has not made any attempts to make the use of VPNs in the country illegal.
The use of VPNs is legal in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
for banning parts of social media, including Whats App in 2016.
that gave the government power to criminalize social media postings that they feel “disturb public order,” there hasn’t been documentation of the government actively censoring the Internet.
(When: November 2017Why: In order to prevent the spreading of “extremist materials” on the Internet.
The law is meant to block access only to “unlawful content” and is not intended to impose restrictions on law-abiding citizens.
Worth mentioning that banks, companies, and institutions can use VPN’s freely, it is only individuals who are prohibited from it.
(When: 2010Why: It’s easy to understand why the TRA is prohibiting the use of VPNs as their primary use in this country is to bypass ISP censorship and the prohibition of the use of VOIP.