What the heck are you doing there for three weeks? Buying some golden
I hear it's beautiful, however, but it's not like you took a direct
international flight there...
From: Peter Thoenen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: Eugen Leitl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: /. [How Chinese Evade Government's Web Controls]
Date: Tue, 27 Sep 2005 11:48:31 -0700 (PDT)
Chinese Web Controls and Tor ... a subject I happen to have close personal
experience with. Just took a three week vacation to Dali, China and after
hitting the Great Firewall of China (tm), hopped over to the eff site,
downloaded tor and privoxy, and 10 minutes later was up and running
the supposed Great Firewall. While I was at it, grabbed i2p and punched
through also utilizing the i2p www proxy.
As much as folk want to rail against Tor for allowing malicious users to
their identity, it really does serve a higher purpose.
As for the WSJ article, EFF or I2P really needs advertise better. Why pay
local Chinese Internet Cafe owners when you can punch right through for