Monday, February 13, 2006

Working around the Great Firewall

Freegate is
"a tiny software program that connects computers inside China to servers in the U.S. It's run by Chinese hacker Bill Xia in North Carolina, who says 100,000 users a day use Freegate or the two other programs he has created to gain access to such blocked sites as Wikipedia.

He calls his tools "red pills" -- a reference to the drug in the "Matrix" moves that vaulted captives of totalitarianism into the real world.
" Wall St. Journal



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