by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
Yesterday, the G20 resolved to crack down on misinformation on the internet. And this morning, Rome time, at 7:15 A.M., all internet and cellphone traffic attempting to reach FromRome.Info from Italian territory was banned.
FromRome.Info is now unable to be accessed inside the territory of the Italian Republic from Italian carriers.
It remains reachable only through foreign SIM Cards inserted into cellphones. This ban effected the IP of FromRome.Info, not other sites on the internet. And this while Whatsapp communications and Twitter access were still accessible.
FromRome.Info, asks readers if they are in Italy to attempt to reach the site through VIPs. If anyone in Italy can reach this site on an Italian landline or SIM Card please comment below.
Fortunately, I am way ahead of the enemies of truth and have multiple accesses to the Internet outside of the control of EU authorities.
If you wish to help FromRome.info stay on line, please consider helping, because a whole new level of electronic warfare is being directed against it.
UPDATE: We will shame the corporations which are participating in this ban by naming them here, as information is provided to us from readers:
TIM – Via SIM cards [Since 7:15 AM today, shammed them publicly at 9:07; restored access at 9:22 AM]
VODAPHONE – Via SIM cards [Ban before 8:45 AM; Ban lifted approx. 15 minutes after shaming them publicly at 9:07 AM]
WIND – On land lines [Ban effective before 9:22 AM]