Global IP block exemption
Global IP block exemption is a global user group that can be assigned by a steward upon request to any registered user to allow them to edit through Tor or other virtual private networks for reasons relating to privacy or for other legitimate reasons, such as to bypass state-imposed Internet traffic restrictions in the user's home country. It may also be granted by a steward or Global Sysop to anonymous users who have been incorrectly affected adversely by a global IP block.
Requesting a global IP block exemption[edit | edit source]
A global IP block exemption may be requested, ideally, if you are currently able to edit on Miraheze, at: Requests for global rights. Alternatively, it may also be requested by sending an e-mail message to
stewardsmiraheze.org, by stating your username and/or IP address(es) affected and the reason for your request. If state-imposed Internet traffic restrictions or other Miraheze global blocks are restricting your ability to edit on Miraheze, you should use the alternate method for requesting.
Note: If requesting a global IP block exemption on-wiki at requests for global rights, although your request will be posted to the same page for requesting Global Sysop, interwiki administrator, and other global user groups, a global IP block exemption does not require a community vote and may be granted by any steward on a discretionary basis.
List of user rights for the global IP block exemption global group[edit | edit source]
- Bypass global blocks
- Bypass IP blocks, auto-blocks and range blocks
- Bypass automatic blocks of Tor exit nodes
List of users with a global IP block exemption[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
- Special:GlobalGroupPermissions/global-ipblock-exempt, an automatically generated special page listing the current permissions to this global user group
- Requests for global rights, the location on Miraheze Meta Wiki for requesting, if you are able, this user group