RT DE can still be reached via alternatives — RT DE

13 Apr 2022 9:13 pm

Even after the EU Council decision to ban “RT DE” from distributing content within the EU, there are alternatives and ways to reach us.

Dear readers,

RT’s services are currently exposed to constant attacks on the network. The goal is to block the sites and silence us as an alternative source of information. We continue to work tirelessly to provide (technical) access to our articles to offer you non-mainstream perspectives.

We will be happy to keep you informed about the current routes to us by e-mail via our newsletter. You can register for this at the top right of our homepage. All services should also work well through the Tor Browser be available. At the moment you can also reach RT DE without this browser for anonymous surfing as follows:

site:

https://test.rtde.live

https://test.rtde.website

These older links may no longer work:

https://rtde.site

https://rtde.xyz

https://rtde.team

Android app:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.rt.mobile.english&hl=en&gl=US

https://cdn.rt.com/app/rtnews.apk

RT DE in Yandex Messenger:

https://yandex.ru/chat/#/join/80aee2cd-c3d7-4006-adb8-10fb02a83ceb

RT DE on Odyssey:

https://odysee.com/@RTDE:e

RT DE to VK:

https://vk.com/rt_de

Tor Browser:

https://www.torproject.org/de/download/

It is also possible to bypass the DNS blocks in your browser without a VPN.

The following steps are necessary in Chrome:

1. Open your Chrome browser.

2. Go to Settings > Privacy & Security > Security.

3. Scroll down until you find the ‘Advanced’ section.

4. Underneath you will find ‘Use Secure DNS’.

5. By default, this option is set to “Use your current service provider”.

6. Click on the “With” option below it.

7. In the menu below you will find a list of available DNS, select Cloudfare (1.1.1.1) or Cloudfare (default).

In Firefox, you can change DNS in a similar way:

1. Open your Firefox browser and select ‘Preferences’.

2. In the dialog that opens, scroll down to ‘Enable DNS over HTTPS’.

3. Under ‘Enable DNS over HTTPS’, click the ‘Use provider’ drop-down list to select the provider Cloudfare (default).

4. Click OK to save your changes and close the window.

In Opera, do the following:

1. Click on the Opera icon to open the browser menu.

2. Choose Settings from the menu. If you press Alt + P, the settings will open directly.

3. In the settings on the left, click Advanced > Browser.

4. On the right side, scroll down to the ‘System’ section.

5. Enable the ‘DNS-over-HTTPS’ option instead of the ‘System DNS settings’.

6. Select the provider Cloudfare (default).

Some steps can also be shortened if you search for ‘DNS’ in the search function of your browser settings and change the provider as described above.

Stay with us!

Your RT DE editorial team

By blocking RT, the EU aims to silence a critical, non-pro-Western source of information. And not only with regard to the Ukraine war. Access to our website has been made more difficult, several social media have blocked our accounts. It is now up to all of us whether journalism beyond mainstream narratives can continue to be pursued in Germany and the EU. If you like our articles, feel free to share them wherever you are active. It’s possible because the EU hasn’t banned our work or reading and sharing our articles.



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