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We all knew that, Lantern just abandoned the most perfect and mature P2P work mechanism it initially used, turned into another normal commercial VPN client with excuse: their IPs were blocked too often, they can’t afford. I want to ask – how is it possible for the original P2P mechanism to be blocked? AppNee should say – this commercialized world is never in short of excellent commercial VPN services. So, if Lantern refused to turn around, we could only watch it become a passing meteor. And, it’s time to turn to SoftEther VPN again.