The HK NSL has 66 articles, using a vpn could and would fall under subversion- undermining the power or authority of the central government and collusion with foreign or external forces
The law is extremely vague, not clear, which allows the political party to use it how they see fit.
Not trying to start a debate Clearly GL.iNet has been warned about it either by the government or legal counsel.
It is only China regulations. The product sold in China should obey Chinese law. VPN is not against Chinese law. But as guys said, it is extremely vague. Also openwrt and Wireguard protocol is blocked by the GFW so does not work at all. Removing them is the best choice.
If you don’t know yet, we are having lawsuits with iqiyi, a major Chinese video streaming service. They sue us for adding adguard home on the router, blocking their ADs. So we need to remove adguard home as well.
Wow! I have not seen ads online or in videos for over a decade now. In the US, ad-blocking has always been common sense. I guess we had the ReplayTV lawsuits for commercial-free DVR with TV, but I was too busy enjoying the information superhighway to even waste time on that era.
I am in the same situation as I bought a MT-3000 from taobao (It is the only way I can buy your product) but I live in other country (VN).
The VPN function and Adguard are the key point for me to buy your product.
Please understand and help me to enable these features for my MT-3000.