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Getting Past Censorship With Unorthodox Links To the Internet 82

An anonymous reader points out a short article at The Economist, which says "Savvy techies are finding ways to circumvent politically motivated shutdowns of the internet. Various groups around the world are using creative means like multi-directional mobile phone antennae and even microwave ovens to transmit internet traffic accross international borders."
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Getting Past Censorship With Unorthodox Links To the Internet

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