Google technology 'uProxy' to provide uncensored internet for global activists m happy after hearing this news :D 

Google announced uProxy on Monday at the Google Ideas Summit in New York, but the tool is not exactly ready yet. Furthermore, the company doesn’t even want to speculate about when users will be able to use it yet, saying instead they want to try it out through a few trusted testers in order to improve it and build up its security

At its Ideas Summit in New York, Google revealed Uproxy: a service that aims to change the way people around the globe use the internet. A browser extension for Chrome and Firefox, uProxy can bypass restrictive firewalls that hinder users from accessing vital (and trivial) information online by creating peer-to-peer connections. If someone from a country with limited internet access installs uProxy, they can get a friend from the US to authorize them to surf the open web using their connection. The service has yet to launch, but its creators -- the University of Washington and Brave New Software -- have opened a restricted beta for select, technically adept users to make it as "secure, private, and robust" as possible. If you know anyone who could benefit from uProxy   

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