Twitter.Onion: Twitter's Tor website goes dark on its first anniversary
The shutdown of Twitter's dot.onion service is a setback for users who rely on it to access the social media platform in countries where it is banned. The loss of the high level of privacy and security that the service provided is also a significant concern.
Updated Mar 10, 2023 | 02:08 PM IST
Twitter.Onion: Twitter's Tor Onion website goes dark on its first anniversary
Why is this important?This development is significant because the dot.onion service was an effective tool for Russian users to access Twitter despite the government's ban on the platform. However, without this service, users in countries where the government has banned Twitter will no longer be able to access the social media platform.
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