digitalenvelopes.email <= i'm sure I lised this already. Not sure why it disappeared. Relisting it now. Note that the owner denies blocking Tor, and seems uninterested in fixing the problem.
@ -274,6 +277,7 @@ dwarfpool.com
early-retirement.org <= recently joined the CF walled garden
@ -346,6 +350,7 @@ freemyapps.com
fteproxy.org <- EEK! beyond ironic. cloudflare mildew inside the Tor software ecosystem. this is a censorship circumvention tool to be used with Tor and guess what? their fucking HOMEPAGE is clownflared!!!! SOMEONE EDUCATE THESE PEOPLE PLEASE! was about to rejoice because libFTE seems to supersede it? but guess what libfte.org is CLOWNFLARED TOO! to coin a meme: if it's cloudflared, it ain't documentation. if a FLOSS project's homepage is cloudflared, it's not a homepage but a joke.
@ -411,6 +416,7 @@ hanzresolver.com
haveibeenpwned.com ("DDoS protection by CloudFlare / Ray ID: 321d437f7b26290e")
@ -594,6 +600,7 @@ moquet.net
moscow.sci-hub.io (only subdomains?)
moveon.org <= was tor-friendly when change.org was not, and they were praised for it. Gave no acknowledgement, then the asshats decided to use CF. Hopeless- promote their competitors instead (care2, openpetition,etc)
musalbas.com <- he shd know better
@ -954,6 +961,7 @@ todayszaman.com
@ -1037,12 +1045,14 @@ www.geekfill.com
xda-university.com <= the mods abuse their power on xda-developers.com to a great extent. With censorship rampant, there's little hope for them. Better to promote usenet group comp.mobile.android instead +1 you can't even discuss the format used to store IMEI there. a board where the powers that be have that much influence is no damn good -> discussion page