The Internet is the ideal channel through which to publish and circulate photos and videos of atrocities, and it is a place where citizens can organize to better resist and overthrow their oppressors — that is, provided they can gain access to the Internet. Enter Facebook and Google, which are working independently on two similar projects to enable free, uncensored Internet access from the sky.
Virtual Private Networks
With Facebook periodically finding itself blocked in various countries and regions, Idcloak Technologies aims to provide Facebook users with a way around those measures, releasing a list of Internet-protocol port proxies that it claims will eliminate the compatibility issues often encountered when users attempt to access blocked sites via traditional proxy sites.
Laws are meant to be broken, including, apparently, the one banning Facebook in China, as research firm GlobalWebIndex reported that Facebook users in the country have skyrocketed from 7.9 million in July 2009 to 63.52 million as of the second quarter of 2012.