New Google technology ‘uProxy’ gives uncensored internet for global activists

Internet privacy advocates and activists suffering under repressive government regimes may now have a new avenue for free expression with uProxy, a tool developed by Google that is expected to bypass censorship and invasive government monitoring.

Developed by Google’s New York City-based think tank Google Ideas, uProxy is a peer-to-peer service that allows one to establish an encrypted internet connection with someone they trust.

What if those trusted friends could unblock the access in those repressive societies by sharing their own access? “Every dissident we know in every repressive society has friend outside the country whom they know and trust.

What if those trusted friends could unblock the access in those repressive societies by sharing their own access?



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