Could the Trans Pacific Partnership, or TPP, mean more Internet censorship in Asia and the Americas? That’s what some online privacy advocates are saying as the new trade agreement moves closer to approval. The countries involved in the TPP approved a final version of the trade agreement on Monday, Oct. 5. Now, the document needs […]
Tor is probably the best known all-around Internet privacy solution. But I2P, another open-source framework for secure, censor-free communications, offers many of the same features as Tor and may be better in some situations. I2P’s promise is to provide “strong privacy protections for communication over the Internet. Many activities that would risk your privacy on […]
Want a quick and easy way around Internet censorship so you can access Twitter? FireTweet might be just the solution you’re looking for. FireTweet is an Android app that uses peer-to-peer networking to circumvent firewalls that block Twitter. It’s free, has no ads and requires no special setup. Once launched, FireTweet looks like a standard […]
In China, VPNs have been blocked at the protocol level (including corporate VPNs). However, the VPN providers listed in this article use stealth techniques to hide their VPN traffic.