According to Zone-H administrators, the website has been banned by some Indian ISPs in the country following the court order. Hack archive  service provider website was banned after the law­suit from E2labs, E2-​labs scan­dals  and Zaki Qureshey in an indian court, who claimed their doc­u­ments and arti­cles were defamatory.

 

While Zone-​H was not given any notice or chance, hence there was no question for Zone-H to defend itself . Indian court has also order to ban blog​gernews​.net for covering the Zone-H case and proving updates.

Articles which were posted by bloggernews.net have been taken off as well. Articles were available on following links.

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​1​24029

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​1​24890

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​1​26528

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​1​26831

 http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​i​n​d​e​p​t​h​/​i​n​d​i​a​/​i​n​d​i​a​3.jpg

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​i​n​d​e​p​t​h​/​i​n​d​i​a​/​i​n​d​i​a​4.jpg

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​i​n​d​e​p​t​h​/​i​n​d​i​a​/​i​n​d​i​a​5.jpg

http://​www​.blog​gernews​.net/​i​n​d​e​p​t​h​/​i​n​d​i​a​/​i​n​d​i​a​6.jpg

However the only article circumcising the court’s order is available on the  the Wall Street Jour­nal, the article also discuss how Indian court is going against free speech.

http://​online​.wsj​.com/​a​r​t​i​c​l​e​/​S​B​1​0​0​0​1​4​2​4​0​5​2​7​4​8​7​0​4​3​9​6​9​0​4​5​7​6​2​2​6​4​6​0​1​6​7​5​5​3​1​7​4​.html

Zone-H can still be accessed via VPN or international proxies in those areas where it has been been banned.

 

 

Waqas

Waqas Amir is a Milan-based cybersecurity journalist with a passion for covering latest happenings in cyber security and tech world. In addition to being the founder of this website, Waqas is also into gaming, reading and investigative journalism.