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guide to circumventing internet censorship

We've had reports of Hotrodders.com being censored.

While we are fairly strict about profanity and adult content on this site, censorship software is typically very primitive.

If a website contains words like "hot" or "nasty", it may very well be subject to automatic censorship by your local school, employer, or dictator-based government. Hotrodders accessing the internet in Iran, China, United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia are particularly susceptible to government-sponsored censorship. However, those viewing this site through a company or school network may also be affected.

Many people will agree that censorship of "adult-oriented" content is something that should be done by parents, not by governments. Hotrodders.com is designed to be, for the most part, family-friendly. Nevertheless, we're being censored because we discuss "hot" stuff!

Here are some links to circumventing internet censorship.

1. Technical Ways to Get Around Censorship -- from Reporters Without Borders.

2. Google Translation Proxy -- use Google's translation service to do an English-English translation of a censored page (a quick 10-second fix for non-tech-savvy users).

3. Pull an RSS feed from a censored site, through an online feed reader (such as Bloglines.com).

4. Circumventor Software -- free software for Windows computers to bypass net censorship.

5. Tor -- an onion router supported by the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

More info...

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