Sunday, February 22, 2004

This afternoon I found a way of bypassing the censorship of Iranian ISPs.

It's through the BGan, a small laptop-like dish that provides high-speed internet access through the Inmarsat satellite network.

We use it to send compressed video files to London without having to pay the high costs involved in buying satellite time from Iranian TV. But it can also be used for normal web-surfing.

it's lightning fast and completely unfiltered.

If only every Iranian could access one.


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