Monday, May 24, 2010

Bypassing the Great China Firewall

A friend of mine who is working in Shanghai seems to have unrestricted access to the Internet. Curious about it, I ask him how come he is able to update his Facebook and read Apple Daily while he is in Shanghai.  "The wall is for those who voluntarily submit to it.  Many kids in the bigger cities have their ways to bypass it."  He sends me this link which offers a number of ways to bypass the wall: As the freebies are not very reliable, he and his colleagues are using a paid service called Strong VPN, which allows them to surf the web freely for something like US$7 a month.

I am totally ignorant to Swedish Sami culture.  Thanks to Jonna Wibelius and Internet, I am able to enjoy the lovely music of Sofia Jannok.  Keep the Internet free and unrestricted.

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