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Browser Plug-in Punches an Unfixable Hole in China’s Great Firewall

MIT Technology Review

It could soon be a lot easier to access blocked news sites and even the social network Facebook from inside China thanks to a simple browser plug-in developed by researchers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

The Chinese government’s “Great Firewall” blocks many foreign websites, such as news sources and social networks. The best-established tools to evade that kind of censorship, such as the anonymity network Tor or encrypted VPN connections, can make browsing slow and are actively targeted by the government.

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WizzroSupreme1062d ago

I'd think the Internet would be a lot less fun over in China.