Circumventing Internet filtering

At the Berkman Center, we don’t work on making tools that allow the circumvention of the Internet filtering that we study (along with collaborators at the University of Cambridge, Oxford Internet Institute, and the University of Toronto). But our partners at the University of Toronto do. Much anticipated: the announcement of Psiphon. Here’s the new FAQ about the forthcoming toolset.

3 thoughts on “Circumventing Internet filtering

  1. Interesting step from peer production of information to granting or guaranteeing others the freedom to access information through a kind of peer to peer approach. It’ll be interesting to see how it turns out – whether there will be enough Psiphon hosts to make blocking impossible.

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