- Does technology exist so countries can block the use of virtual private network services (VPNs)?
A product often advertised on YouTube videos about politics is a VPN service. On thing that a VPN service supposedly does is allow you to use the internet in one country yet appear to be a user in a different country. This lets you bypass country specific restrictions. Are countries that heavily censor internet usage able to block the use of VPNs (by their residents) using technology? - i.e. by doing more than merely having laws against using them.