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China makes Skype illegal

China on Thursday announced that it had made illegal the use of Skype, the popular internet telephony service, as the country continues to shut itself off from the rest of the world.

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toaster4649d ago

I hope this doesn't carry over to where I live, Vietnam has already blocked Facebook.

MasterGuru4649d ago

If Facebook is blocked in your country, you can easily access it by going on a proxy server.

Use HideMyAss, it is very good.

Go to and type in Facebook's URL.

This is how I access porn sites where I live (Malaysia).

toaster4649d ago (Edited 4649d ago )

Don't worry man I got it covered. OpenDNS saves the day. I also have a VPN server I can access, that's how I buy games from Steam since games cannot be purchased in my region. Just fire up OpenVPN and masks my IP. I try to not bother with free proxies as they tend to be insecure and I'm not so sure about inputting passwords over an insecure network like a free proxy. The VPN server is encrypted and protected.

cheetorb4649d ago (Edited 4649d ago )

Fuck the Chinese Government. It will all come back around and you will soon be sucking on the turds you lay. Oppression leads to upheaval. Has history taught you anything you fucks?


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