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Maybe you know, imgur.com is banned in Turkey. So we can't see images on asked questions and can not upload any image to questions. Is there an alternative to imgur.com for downloading/uploading images?

Or can you suggest anything to get rid of this?

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  • Maybe meta.stackexchange.com/questions/157459/… might help? – Robert Longson Sep 6 at 7:07
  • Does the Wayback Machine work (for viewing the images)? E.g. this ugly fellow: web.archive.org/web/20190906074048/https://i.stack.imgur.com/… – Glorfindel Sep 6 at 7:43
  • Is YouTube banned as well? – Peter Mortensen Sep 6 at 8:32
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    "Or can you suggest anything to get rid of this?" Elect an official that will lift that ban. – nvoigt Sep 6 at 10:42
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    No @PeterMortensen, YouTube is not banned, for now. – newbie Sep 6 at 13:01
  • I hope some day we will elect somebody else ,@nvoigt, but I don't know when and how. – newbie Sep 6 at 13:05
  • For information, here in China: no imgur, no wayback machine, no jquery hosted on Google, no login with Facebook, no login with Twitter, no YouTube, no Wikipedia, no DuckDuckGo, no popular VPN, no <insert anything popular in America>... it's a miracle that we still have access to Stack Exchange. – Cœur Sep 6 at 15:38
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    Be careful @Cœur. If they realize that you still access to StackExchange, they can ban here as well. – newbie Sep 6 at 15:48

I added these lines to hosts file and now some images (mostly i.stack.imgur.com urls) are visible. Actually, I viewed dozens of questions and can see images without any problem. It shouldn't be that simple. apidocs.imgur.com api.imgur.com help.imgur.com blog.imgur.com browserevents.imgur.com p.imgur.com s.imgur.com store.imgur.com i.imgur.com i.stack.imgur.com imgur.com m.imgur.com 
  • Lol, dodging DNS lookups works:) – Martin James Sep 8 at 7:16
  • Surprisingly, yes, they do :) – newbie Sep 9 at 6:56

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