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# The Matrix
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This repository is www.mypdns.org self maintained list of domains that
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needs to be blocked for various reasons.
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# Source list
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The `source` folder contains several sub-folders, each named as groups,
for which a submission should be put. This however doesn't necessary
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mean that one domain can't be put into several 'groups'
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Ex. `google.*` which belongs to several groups as they represents all
online evil, when we talks privacy and anti brainwash/manipulation;
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Facebook is also well represented in several categories.
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# Categorising
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Each sub-folder of `sources` should contain it's own README which in
short describe what the list is all about and criteria to add a domain
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into it's `domain.list` or `wildcard.list`
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# Whitelist
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This list have it's very own life, as this is a very very tricky one to
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maintain.
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The reason for that is, it have to balance between what is going on with
a domain that for several reasons might be blacklisted on some lists
but not on others. It can also be that a domain in general do 99,9%
right, but because of it's nature of user based submissions, could do a
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lot of evil.
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##### Ex. Gitlab.com

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Gitlab is hosting 100% user submitted contents, but for the same reason also a
widely target for cyber criminals to host there evil
[Malware](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malware). For that rightfully
reason Gitlab often pop ups on list for malicious code. But as that
would have a huge influence on our workflow, it would of curse have to be
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whitelisted on our list.
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# FAQ
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**Q**: Your lists have broken my website, by blocking a third party
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domain
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**A**: We have absolutely not broken your website by blocking any
third-party domain.
It's you and you only who have submitted bad code and mis-written your
website to behave badly. Be happy we haven't blocked your website
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already for leaking privacy to third party.
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**Q**: My website relays on googleapis.* could you whitelist it

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**A**: Read the first question...
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# Keywords
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A few keywords for this project is Enhanced Privacy, DNS Firewall,
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Privacy First