There are many ways to protect your privacy online and unblock websites. We have listed few resources and software previously that help to surf the web anonymously and unblock youtube or other blocked websites. We have mentioned ‘FreeGate‘ and ‘HideMan‘. We have also mentioned how to view videos that are not available in your country. Here is yet another rather easy way to surf the web anonymously and protect your privacy online. Its a web browser that encrypts browsing sessions, open blocked sites, and protect user’s privacy. HTTPS is on by default. No configuration or manual setup is needed to use this web browser. Based on the open source project “Chromium”, it is a Chromium-like browser.
We have shared several ways to unblock websites here, here, here, here, here and freeware software ‘Freegate‘ to unblock blocked websites and here is another useful software to do just that and to bypass download limitations of websites. Software is multi-platform, and can be used on PC such as on MAC, Windows, Linux, and on mobile devices such as Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod. Free version allows 25GB per month bandwidth, 512KB/s data speed, data encryption, OpenVPN, PPtP, country switch, IP switch, censorship bypass, and support via email, live chat and messengers. Hide your IP address, go anonymous online, secure your privacy, encrypt internet data, remove downloading limits, go free online with Hideman.
Why Internet censorship? Many countries block different websites for several reasons. This directly affects education, information flow and sometimes even small businesses. Take an example of YouTube. Users watch tutorial videos on YouTube. Companies and individuals upload and share videos related to their business. Many individuals have started their own video channels to share what they have learned so that others can learn from them which can be any skill or even a tip to speed up computer. Blocking useful and popular websites is not a solution to anything. Its like taking away freedom. Sure, users can find other websites to share their stuff and videos on, but it will take a lot of time for those new websites to be able to fulfill requirements for all the internet community. Even established video communities can not compete with YouTube yet.