Traverse corporate firewalls

Wednesday, 3 October 2007, 10:41 AM EST

Censorship has never been popular with American citizens. Unfortunately, censorship is very popular with American corporations.

Whether to keep you from wasting your time checking Facebook or to curb potential infiltration by viruses, most corporate networks impose some level of censorship on the sites employees can visit or even the protocols they can use. The situation is even worse for those outside the U.S. Many countries outright ban certain sites and others provide only limited access to sites hosted outside the country.

At Wired.

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