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  • #2
    Sorry, it's a brick wall put in by corporate ownership. The only way around it is to connect to a VPN outside of the EU.

    The block is geographically based, so I can't open it up by user or anything like that. We know, it sucks. Our apologies.

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      • #4
        Do you know the rationale behind USA Today putting up a barricade to Europe? Seems like they would want Europe's business. Is that common practice these days for news organizations?

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        • #5
          We hope it's not permanent. But it was related to the new EU privacy regulation (GDPR). They decided to block EU traffic rather than comply with the regulation.

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          • #6
            Thanks for the VPN suggestion Ray. TunnelBear worked like a charm.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by WillinTO View Post
              Thanks for the VPN suggestion Ray. TunnelBear worked like a charm.
              Oh good! I'll recommend that to others who ask.

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