Proxy is a software that allows people to use a web browser to browse the internet.
In the early days, it was used to access the torrent website The Pirate Bay, which was used by the U.S. government to hack into the personal data of people around the world.
Since then, it has been used for a number of other projects, including the WikiLeaks website, which released thousands of thousands of internal emails.
However, this week the Pirate Party announced that it would be blocking all proxy services, including Tor.
It was also revealed that the Pirate Parties new DNS system will also block proxy sites.
This is a significant move, because the Pirate party has always been concerned about government interference in its political process, and the Pirate’s DNS blocking will not just affect their own website but any other Pirate Party-related domain names they may have in the future.
The Pirate Party said in a statement that the DNS block was made to prevent censorship of political websites, but they also plan to use the same DNS block to block proxy services as well.
“We have been working with the DNS industry to create an effective DNS block that will protect both Pirate Party.org and PirateBots domains,” the PirateParty said in its statement.
“While we are confident in the DNS technology we developed, it is time for the industry to step in and provide the tools we need to stop the Pirate parties DNS blocking.”
Tor’s DNS technology, TorGuard, is used to block proxies and redirect websites, meaning that users are forced to use Tor in order to browse Pirate Bay or WikiLeaks.
Pirate Party spokesperson Patrick Strateman said in the statement that blocking proxies and other sites will not stop the Tor Project, and they will continue to use other tools.
“The Pirate Party is going to continue to fight for the freedom to browse freely and anonymously,” he said.
TorGuard is still available for download, and users will still be able to use it to access Pirate Party sites, as they have always done.
The party will also be able access the PirateBay, which is blocked by the PiratePapers DNS.
However TorGuard will not block Pirate Party Pirate Parties domains or Pirate Parties DNS.
“Our goal is not to stop users from accessing the Pirateparty.org domains, as these domains were not used to violate our policy, and are now owned by our community,” Strateman added.
However the Pirate Pirates stated that the censorship will not last long.
“I will update this blog with further updates as we continue to see this block,” Stratman wrote in the PiratePirateBay statement.
In an effort to make sure the DNS blocks will not be used by other parties, the PirateParties DNS has been changed to remove the PiratepirateBay domain, and will instead redirect to the PirateBottles DNS.
PirateParty.org said it would also be blocking TorGuard in the near future, as well as PiratePirates DNS.
The DNS block will affect the Pirateparties DNS as well, and it will be the first time that it has blocked a DNS name since it was introduced in October.
The group added that it will continue its DNS blocking effort.