UPDATE: See comments, below, for possible alternative explanations involving filters.
As reported by Corriere, the Vatican spokesman said: “nessun blocco, la notizia e falsa”… “ma figuratevi se facciano questo per una lettera di sessanta persone”. Also the head of the Vatican Communications office denied the block.
The Italian news agency ANSA reports that the Vatican internet office has blocked access to the site with the Filial Correction from any devices provided by the Vatican City State.
The Secretariat for Communications of the Holy See has blocked access to the web page that adheres to an initiative that accuses the Pope of here, connected to what he wrote in “Amorislaetitia”. From the Vatican’s computers you can no longer go to the page in question, in any language. Outside the Vatican, however, the page is accessible.
“Access to the web page that you are trying to visit has been blocked in accord with institutional security policies.”
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Be submissive. The speakwrite registers all your oldspeak and malquotes. You will be remanded to joycamp until you have been either rectified or your status changes to Unperson.
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I was out tonight with a Polish priest. He quipped, “What is this? North Korea?”
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