New Google technology ‘uProxy’ to provide uncensored Internet for global activistsRT
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Internet privacy advocates and activists suffering under repressive government regimes may now have a new avenue for free expression with uProxy, a tool developed by Google that is expected to bypass censorship and invasive government monitoring.