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Privacy Policy | Политика конфиденциальности

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The privacy policy must, together with any in-Product disclosures, comprehensively disclose how your Product collects, uses and shares user data, including the types of parties with whom it’s shared.

Data We Collect Server-side

The extension provides a free PAC-script with built-in proxies from the 3rd party anti-censorship project which stores PAC file requests (client IP, client user-agent) for up to 30 days to automatically manage IP-based access lists on proxy servers to prevent unauthorized abusive usage. I, the developer of the extension, interact with the antizapret project author but his project and this extension are separate parties and so should be trusted separately. Their privacy policy is provided in the FAQ section here (RU):

Data We Use Client-side

  1. Extension knows which sites you visit (domain name and IP address).
  • Clients are not identified or fingerprinted, so no correlation is made between requested sites and user id.
  • Some visited host names are sent to proxy, but never kept server-side.

How Data Is Transmitted

Part of your traffic is proxied via our servers via httpS and http protocols. httpS has a preference over http. By default http is used if httpS fails to work properly. Part of your traffic goes via http indifferently but there is an option in the popup to restrict all traffic to httpS only (some of the sites you visit won't be unblocked in this mode). Proxying via http(S) is not the same as visiting sites via http(S). Data of sites you visit via http may be visible to your Internet provider and on our proxy servers. Data of sites you visit via httpS is mostly encrypted and can't bee seen by your Internet provider or our servers.

Squid Error Reports

We use Squid proxy software on our servers, it has a built-in error reporting via emailing. If you email us a report via an email link provided by Squid then your HTTP headers are sent together with the email including your cookies. We keep it for some time to handle your report.


Our extension helps to bypass censorship, but it doesn't make you more anonymous on the internet. Your provider still knows which sites you visit (via DNS, e.g.) if only you don't use some other anonymity protection like Tor browser or VPN.

Source Codes And Obfuscation

  1. Extension is open source.
  2. Deployed extension is transpiled, but not minimized or obfuscated.

Who We Are?

We, the Anticensority team, are the creators of the extension Runet Censorship Bypass, which uses PAC-scripts and their built-in proxies from 3rd parties like project Antizapret (RU).

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