How to bypass Parliament's site filtering

A kind reader who works within the Great Parliamentary Firewall sent me these instructions to bypass them.
[quote]….although it's slower, simply bypass their ass with a proxy:

http://www.stayinvisible.com/proxy_lists.html

http://www.proxy4free.com/

…im not going to give away the ones I use but I was able to view the otherwise blocked pages – yes they and the whole kiwiblog site are still blocked from public view.. furthermore i seem unable to add my comment so instead have emailed it to you..

try doing a few traceroutes on sites that dont work and then email your ISP about it, some of them might be prepared to re-route traffic.[/quote]

There you go a public service t bypass bureaucratic nonsense courtesy of bloggers.


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