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#Challenge - How does one report the news in countries where the governments are filtering the internet?
BBC Monitoring's Duncan Stanworth explains why certain countries are routinely filtering what its citizens see on the internet and what web-users can do to get around censorship.
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Suggests TOR networking and VPN - with encryption as the empowering part. This leaves making encrypted data illegal without a license as the next logical step.

Actual work-arounds need to be more creative.
We need to keep an eye on this and learn since our own governments are kinda hungry to bring their own forms of law and order to the internet.
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