Peekabooty aims to banish internet censorship

A long-awaited computer program that can circumvent government censorship of the internet has debuted at a computer conference in the US. The program — Peekabooty — promises to give people in countries such as China and Saudi Arabia safe access to the whole of the internet. In these countries, internet access is controlled by government-operated ISPs, which blacklist certain web sites. This may include news sites that are deemed unsympathetic to government policy

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