Political Repression Sucks and it is Becoming More Prevalent in the World…

I have a good article coming up once I get back to Russia. It involves information that encompasses several countries and what I see as a serious impedance to Internet freedoms…

That article will have to wait for a few more days…

Windows to Russia has had to do serious things to stay on-line. I remember that my grandma said once, “You will know when you figure something out, someone else will not like what you say…”

Other words when you hit the “nail on the head” people try to get that nail removed before you drive in all the way in. Because once it is driven in flush it is very hard to remove without everyone around knowing about it…

If you ever have issues getting to Windows to Russia, then there is a simple trick that will work on any website being blocked in the way that Windows to Russia is being blocked in Ukraine. I think that if you use this trick on other websites that you have seen “server not found on” you may be surprised to find that they have been blocked also. The US government does these same tricks also and blocks sites to stymy the flow of information…

Use one of these sites to find a free proxy or wash the page and use it to find out if your favorite site is being blocked or not…

PageWash is recommended by many servers for you too look at your own webpage while the DNS is propagating. It also makes a great proxy bypass to see if the rest of the world can see the site but you can not…

I use something like these sites and there are thousands of sites like this all over the world. Now you know how your kid gets by the school filters that are in place to stop so called bad sites and such…

Thanks for all the readers in the last week. We have hit all time highs in page-views and as you can see the article about all the Ukraine readers and e-mails caused a blockage to occur and this time it was not keyword driven…

Hummm…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia!


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