How to Bypass Blocked Internet Web Sites in 5 Easy Steps
(Editor's Note: A couple of weeks ago, I was told by my friend Robby that he could no longer access this web site, educate-yourself.org, using the WiFi internet connection from the Starbucks cafes that he visited in Arizona, Nevada, and California. I used to assume that my web site was blocked in China, but I later was told that it's not blocked and can be viewed anywhere in China. The communist party of China apparently has no problem with the contents of educate-yourself.org, but the crack team of Internet censors at Starbucks, right here in the United States of America, does, and they decided to block access to my web site since approximately June of 2012. Maybe my articles and radio shows about the Fukushima radiation fear mongering campaign is the reason. Who Knows? It would be interesting to discover what other web sites, similar to mine, have also been blocked by Starbucks censors. Perhaps people who visit Starbucks should be asking the managers there why educate-yourself.org is being blocked and then ask them why. ....Ken Adachi]
July 11, 2012
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Step 1: Go to www.opera.com...
Step 2: Download the Opera browser for your corresponding system. (Very stable browser akin to Firefox)
Step 3: Install the software
Step 4: In the bottom left corner of the browser there is a selection menu for various modes the browser has for operation. The button most to the right is to enable "Turbo mode", turn this option on.
Step 5: Browse to the site of your choosing, et voila, no more ISP blocks.
How does this work?
Turbo Mode is originally meant for people who have a slow internet connection. What happens is that the browser compresses the data and routes it through a server hosted by opera itself, which at the same time functions as a DNS. So your ISP can't see what site you are visiting behind the Opera server. How long this will keep working is something i can't tell, but for now, it works.
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