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China: VPN to beat Olympic internet censorship

Via PandaPassport‘s Rick Martin on Facebook: “For anyone inside China, this is a great way to be able to view whatever content you like. Just a quick software install and you're ready to go…give it a try.

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  • Who is using a service like this should be aware of the fact, that everything he/she is doing can be snooped by the company offering the service. This might be preferable compared to being snooped by the Chinese government or to not reach a website at all. But I would always prefer Tor (http://www.torproject.org/), although it is a bit slower. Also when using Tor, some operator could snoop the connections, but he cannot tell who and where you are then.

  • 2008 Olympic Results…

    The 2008 Olympic games from Beijing and started and I couldn\’t be happier. I am a huge fan of the olympics and will be watching as many olympic events as I can….

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