[u-u] Censorship Circumvention?

Dave Collier-Brown Dave.Collier-Brown at indexexchange.com
Wed Nov 20 09:02:23 EST 2019

Many moons ago, a largish company had a standard proxy configuration that somehow allowed individuals in China to reach through to sites like the New York Times.

I suspect that there are other, non-obvious, implications of quite normal networking that can help people who have limited connectivity.


On 2019-11-19 10:07 p.m., Hugh Gamble wrote:
Anything we can do to help the situation in Iran,
without sucking them into the U.S. connection issues too?

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