Google Ideas introduces uProxy to bypass Internet censorship, surveillance

October 25, 2013

Google Ideas, a division of Google, will be adding to browsers a button called uProxy that will allow Americans to provide their trusted friends in restrictive countries such as Iran and Syria a secure connection that bypasses the digital censorship and monitoring by the governments of those countries, according to NBC News. The tool was revealed this week at a conference called “Conflict in a Connected World.”

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