In Iran, New Software Takes On Internet Censorship
On the Media (NPR)
Almost a year ago, websites such as Twitter helped open Iran's controversial election, and the subsequent protests, to the world. Iranian Tweeters often used foreign computers called “proxies” to bypass the government's censorship regime, but this method was clumsy, says programmer Austin Heap. So he helped create new software that doesn't try to avoid the internet censors; it hides right under their nose.
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