Welcome to Freedom! Ignore Internet censorship with FACT’s free FreedomServer

March 28, 2012


Freedom Against Censorship Thailand (FACT) is pleased to offer FreedomServer. FreedomServer is a free, cross-platform, open source, custom Web proxy created for FACT by the Psiphon of the SecDev Group in Ottawa, Canada.

FACT’s FreedomServer Web-based proxy will only be made available to FACT petition signers. Please email us to sign FACT’s petition as well as your location and affiliation. Real names only, please.

We will sign your name to FACT’s petition against all censorship let you know how to create your free account, details sent to your email address. If you have already signed FACT’s petition, just write to remind us.

Proxies are expressly legal in Thailand and form a cornerstone to international commerce. However, should FACT’s FreedomServer Psiphon node ever become blocked or compromised, your account will enable you a seamless and transparent transition to a new node. You can forget about censorship!

FreedomServer enables netizens to ignore government censorship. FreedomServer securely bypasses Web-blocking and Internet content-filtering. Your Internet stays anonymous.

Psiphon was written by Nart Villaneuve of Secdev.Cyber and Michelle Levesque of Google as a project of the OpenNet Initiative of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University and the University of Cambridge, funded by the Open Society Institute. Psiphon was developed as a project of Citizen Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Canada.

Psiphon’s supporters include the European Union, the US Department of State, British Broadcasting Corporation, Voice of America, Radio Free Asia and Radio Farda.

Although Thailand suffers data retention regulations, along with the United Kingdom, the European Union and other countries, access to FreedomServer uses the same 128-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption used by banks.

FACT apologises for any inadvertent cross-posting. If you are receiving more than one of FACT’s emails, please let us know so we may remove your duplicate address. Thanks!

Psiphon 3 (in English) is a software-based VPN for Windows only so far you might like to test. Psiphon 3 in Thai, too.

Please feel free to circulate this information to your friends, family, students, colleagues, faculty, group and contact list.


Now you can live it…

Just say know!


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