How to bypass censorship? It’s not as simple as it seems but researchers from the University of Maryland’s Computer Science Department are claiming to have the ultimate solution after all.
It is a fact that millions of people around the world face censorship on the internet especially websites being blocked by ISPs. This is common in authoritarian regimes like China and Saudi Arabia in addition to various 3rd world countries spread across globally.
It may come as a surprise to you (or not) but Google and Facebook are banned in China.
To solve this problem, we usually use VPNs or perhaps if you’re a bit more tech-savvy, the TOR network. However, all of these require conscious efforts on behalf of you the user in which you have to install some extension or another software altogether.