Do you ever notice that when you navigate some page that is not considered “good” by some official fair-thinking algorithm, this is blocked?

Yes, for example, if you care your privacy and therefore you want to study about TOR privacy network, your internet provider will probably block your navigation when trying to navigate the tor website.

Tor is a system to anonymize the navigation surf and the access of the Internet and it is often used simply to protect privacy. But some internet providers ban this website because considered “harmful”.

This is infact the page you can see when getting on tor webpage. So a question arise: are they protecting me, or simply are they censoring a content? I leave to you the right answer.

It’s clear that by using a VPN it’s possible to visit any desired website, bypassing this censorship. But the question is: is it really fair to check and block users’ navigation events? Think about it.

Let me quote this sentence by Snowden

“Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.”

Edward Snowden

This is why we need decentralized web and decentralized internet of values. Because we don’t want that our contents and our funds may be censored and interfered.