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[liberationtech] Google Unveils Tools to Access Web From Repressive Countries | TIME.com

Seth David Schoen schoen at eff.org
Mon Oct 21 17:15:48 PDT 2013


Jillian C. York writes:

> Since I already have more skepticism of Google Ideas and Jared Cohen than I
> need, let me pose this question:
> 
> With the understanding that uProxy provides no anonymity protections, *is
> it providing anything that other circumvention tools do not already?*
> What's unique about it?

It seems to me that there's a larger pool of IP addresses that are potentially
less convenient to blacklist (although I'm concerned that the colo/residential
IP address distinction beloved of antispam activists could lead some
governments to try completely blocking connections to overseas residential
addresses by default -- pushing a norm that there should just not be any
international pure peer-to-peer services).

If you do the circumvention in a more peer-to-peer fashion, perhaps there aren't
many people who know about the proxy and there aren't such a statistically
remarkable number of people connecting to it.

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