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Thursday, 27 February 2014

“Outernet”a project to provide free wi-fi to entire world from space

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Washington:  A US company is planning to build an 'Outernet - a global network of cube satellites broadcasting Internet data to all the people on the planet - for free.

The idea is to offer free Internet access to all people, regardless of location, bypassing filtering or other means of censorship, according to the New York based non-profit organisation, Media Development Investment Fund (MDIF).

MDIF proposes that hundreds of cube satellites be built and launched to create a constellation of sorts in the sky, allowing anyone with a phone or computer to access Internet data sent to the satellites by several hundred ground stations.


The organisation claims that 40 per cent of the people in the world today are still not able to connect to the Internet - and it's not just because of restrictive governments such as North Korea - it's also due to the high cost of bringing service to remote areas, 'phys.org' reported.


An Outernet would allow people from Siberia to parts of the western US to remote islands or villages in Africa to receive the same news as those in New York or Tokyo.

The Outernet would be one-way - data would flow from feeders to the satellites which would broadcast to all below.

MDIF plans to add the ability to transmit from anywhere as well as soon as funds become available.

MDIF has acknowledged that building such a network would not be cheap. Such satellites typically run $100,000 to $300,000 to build and launch.


How Does It Works ?

Outernet consists of a constellation of hundreds of low-cost, miniature satellites in Low Earth Orbit. Each satellite receives data streams from a network of ground stations and transmits that data in a continuous loop until new content is received. In order to serve the widest possible audience, the entire constellation utilizes globally-accepted, standards-based protocols, such as DVB, Digital Radio Mondiale, and UDP-based WiFi multicasting.


According to MDIF, Hundreds of cube satellites to be built and launched to create a constellation of sorts in the sky, which allow anyone to connect with the Internet through Mobile or Computer. Still today 40%  of the people in the world are there who are not able to connect to the Internet, due to several reasons includes restrictive government rules, high cost of bringing service to remote areas. An Outernet would allow people from Siberia to parts of the western US to remote islands or villages in Africa to receive the same news as those in New York or Tokyo. The Outernet would be one-way – data would flow from feeders to the satellites which would broadcast to all below. MDIF also waiting for the funds, after that it will be able to transmit from anywhere. According to MDIF, such type of networks cost $100,000 to $300,000 to build and launch, well it’s not a cheap amount. Currently the organization plans to have prototype satellites ready in June with initial deployment happening mid-2015. 

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Sunday, 15 December 2013

Google Need So Many Robots ? To Jump From The Web To The Real World

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Why does Google need robots Because it already rules your pocket. The mobile market, except for the slow rise of wearables, is saturated. There are millions of handsets around the world, each one connected to the Internet and most are running either Android or iOS. Except for incremental updates to the form, there will be few innovations coming out of the mobile space in the next decade.
Then there’s Glass. These devices bring the web to the real world by making us the carriers. Google is already in front of us on our small screens but Glass makes us a captive audience. By depending on Google’s data for our daily interactions, mapping, and restaurant recommendations – not to mention the digitization of our every move – we become some of the best Google consumers in history. But that’s still not enough.
Google is limited by, for lack of a better word, meat. We are poor explorers and poor data gatherers. We tend to follow the same paths every day and, like ants, we rarely stray far from the nest. Google is a data company and needs far more data than humans alone can gather. Robots, then will be the driver for a number of impressive feats in the next few decades including space exploration, improved mapping techniques, and massive changes in the manufacturing workspace.
Robots like Baxter will replace millions of expensive humans – a move that I suspect will instigate a problematic rise of unemployment in the manufacturing sector – and companies like manufacturing giant Foxconn are investing in robotics at a clip. Drones, whether human-control or autonomous, are a true extension of our senses, placing us and keeping us apprised of situations far from home base. Home helpers will soon lift us out of bed when we’re sick, help us clean, and assist us near the end of our lives. Smaller hardware projects will help us lose weight and patrol our streets. The tech company not invested in robotics today will find itself far behind the curve in the coming decade.
That’s why Google needs robots. They will place the company at the forefront of man-machine interaction in the same way that Android put them in front of millions of eyeballs. Many pundits saw no reason for Google to start a mobile arm back when Android was still young. They were wrong. The same will be the case for these seemingly wonky experiments in robotics.
Did Google buy Boston Dynamics and seven other robotics companies so it could run a thousand quadrupedal Big Dogs through our cities? No, but I could see them using BD’s PETMAN, a bipedal robot that can walk and run over rough terrain – to assist in mapping difficult-to-reach areas. It could also become a sort of Google Now for the real world, appearing at our elbows in the form of an assistant that follows us throughout the day, keeping us on track, helping with tasks, and becoming our avatars when we can’t be in two places at once. The more Google can mediate our day-to-day experience the more valuable it becomes.
Need more proof? Follow the money. Robotics is big business and analysts estimate that Boston Dynamics could be a $5 billion company in the next few years. With the right contracts and the right product mix, almost any of member Google’s current robot horde can hit nearly any market, from consumer robotics on a large scale to massive installations in manufacturing – not to mention those lucrative DARPA contracts.
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Tuesday, 10 December 2013

Why Wall Street isn't ready for Bitcoin

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By Aaron Sankin on 

As the price of Bitcoin has shot into the stratosphere, there’s been a growing chorus talking about the virtual currency not only as means of exchange but as a vehicle for investment.
Just consider the following: A single Bitcoin purchased for $65 six months ago is now worth around a $1,000, and a Malta-based Bitcoin hedge fund has posted returns of nearly 5,000 percent this year (making it the single best performing hedge fund in the world).
What is surprising, however, is that for all the chatter about Bitcoin’s investment potential, a group of major players has been notably absent from the conversation: large, established Wall Street firms.
The biggest organizations in the financial world have been conspicuously silent when it comes to Bitcoin, almost entirely staying out a staying out of a sector that’s been a huge moneymaking opportunity for those lucky enough to get in early.
We reached out to several of the largest Wall Street investment banks to inquire about their Bitcoin holdings. Most declined comment or didn’t respond. A Citigroup spokesperson said the company hasn’t made any investments in Bitcoin.
There are a number of factors why Wall Street’s institutional investors are reticent to invest in the cryptocurrency, but one oft-stated reason—volatility—likely isn’t one of them.
The price of Bitcoin is certainly skittish. During one 24-hour period last week it fluctuated in value over a range of 370 points. ‟[But] that volatility isn’t what’s scaring off major investors,” said Garrick Hileman, an economic historian at the London School of Economics, who noted that savvy operators with deep pockets often generate their largest returns when markets experience wild fluctuations.
Given the decentralized nature of the currency, when the money in them disappears, there’s not much people can do about it.
‟I write about it every day,” sighed Daniel Cawrey, editor of the Bitcoin news blog Coindesk, ‟exchanges getting hacked, people losing their money.”
Fears about a sudden inability to sell bitcoins if exchanges shut down are largely secondary to the main issue preventing companies like Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse from jumping into the Bitcoin game: government regulation—or rather, the lack of it.
While government officials in the United States, at least at the federal level, have appeared sympathetic to Bitcoin, but there’s a lingering fear this relatively permissive attitude could change at any moment.
The lack of regulatory clarity’s also pushing banks away from doing business with companies who deal in Bitcoin.
Silicon Valley Bank, which announced a partnership with the Bitcoin business incubator Coinlab early this year, has since put the brakes on working with Bitcoin firms. ‟Until regulatory guidance is clear on banking and payment processing for virtual currency companies, we are not adding more relationships in this sector to our client portfolio,” wrote a Silicon Valley Bank spokesperson to the Daily Dot.
Bitcoin’s market cap—that is, the combined value of every Bitcoin currently in existence—is only about $12 billion. In terms of Wall Street’s biggest banks, that’s pocket change. It’s about the same dollar figure added to Apple’s market cap following a single tweet by famed activist investor Carl Icahn. It’s not really enough to justify navigating the still choppy waters of emerging Bitcoin regulation and risk the reputational risk of getting slammed by the Securities and Exchange Commission for doing deals in it that would otherwise be completely unremarkable.
“If you’re a professional investor or an financial institution, it can be difficult to invest in Bitcoin,” explained David Kintisky, general manager of the Bitcoin Investment Trust. ‟There’s no stock symbol, so you first you have to figure out how to buy it, then you have to figure out how to hold it, and explain it to your compliance guys how it all works, and then find a way to report it on your taxes.”
‟The lack of major players allows for smaller startups, like Coinbase and Bitpay, to come in and be instantly competitive,” said Cawrey. ‟If Citibank or Bank of America was handling Bitcoin transactions, these companies wouldn’t exist because banks could do it themselves with the benefit of their massive infrastructure.”
Kintisky’s Bitcoin Investment Trust is operated by the New York-based Second Market, which is primarily known for trading in pre-IPO shares of companies and functions by simply buying a whole heap of bitcoins and riding the price up and down. The fund currently holds about $70 million in assets, and Kintisky asserts that it’s the de facto player in the U.S. Bitcoin investment market.
Kintisky notes that the main investors in his fund are Silicon Valley/Silicon Alley tech entrepreneurs attracted to the novel technological aspect of Bitcoin, folks from family offices or wealth management firms (read: really rich people), and Wall Street employees making investments on their own behalf.
It’s this third category that’s most interesting because it demonstrates that, while Bitcoin may still be too risky for Wall Street firms themselves, the opportunity isn’t lost on people who follow markets for a living. “We see that there are people who work at these big firms that are very interested in Bitcoin,” Kintisky confirmed.
This interest in Bitcoin runs the spectrum from junior traders all the way up to some of the most powerful people on the industry. In October, Michael Novogratz, chief investment officer of the $58 billion Fortress Investment Group hedge fund, praised the virtual currency, saying that he has ‟a nice little Bitcoin position.”
Novogratz added that, while Fortress had looked into investing in Bitcoin in an official capacity, the firm stopped short of actually adding Bitcoin to its portfolio.
The Wedbush report argues that Bitcoin has the potential to be worth up to 100 times its current value, comparing it to a ‟biotech [company] that had a molecule that may cure the common cold.”
Bank of America, on the other hand, was more cautious, writing that the recent drastic increase in prices put Bitcoin ‟at risk of running ahead of its fundamentals,” which is a polite way of saying “bubble.”
However, both reports insisted that, contrary to the charges of critics like former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, Bitcoin’s ‟intrinsic value” comes as a result of its usefulness as a medium of exchange—an alternative to electronic payment formats like Visa, Mastercard, or eBay.
Gil Luria, the author of the Wedbush report, explained that once institutional investors understand the source of Bitcoin’s intrinsic value they’ll likely feel more comfortable using it as an investment vehicle. Confusion and trepidation of regulation is hindering Bitcoin investment right now, but ‟the regulatory path for how Bitcoin moves out of the grey and black markets and into a regulatory environment where institutional investors feel comfortable is pretty clear,” he said.
In the days since he published his report on Bitcoin, Luria has been flooded with calls from institutional investors interested in learning more about what it would take for their firms to begin investing in Bitcoin.
“The reaction I’ve gotten to the report has been tremendous,” he said. “It’s all I’ve been talking about all week.
“To see all of this excitement coming from so many different areas, from so many different people, leads me to believe that this is something real, that this isn’t tulips.”
Illustration by Jason Reed

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Sunday, 8 December 2013

Attention: The NSA is Tracking Online Porn Viewers to Discredit

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Sitting on the wire, the NSA has the ability to track and make a record of every website you visit.  Today, the Huffington Post revealed that the NSA is using this incredible power to track who visits online porn websites, and to use this information to discredit those it deems dangerous. Their porn habits would then be "exploited to undermine a target's credibility, reputation and authority."   
The story was illustrated with six individuals, none of whom are designated terrorists themselves. Instead, they are deemed "radicalizers," people—two of which the NSA itself characterized as a "well-known media celebrity" and a "respected academic"—whose speeches and postings allegedly incite hatred or promote offensive jihad. 
The report raises the specter of abusing online viewing records to discredit other political opponents of the US government. The NSA document was reviewed not just by the NSA and counter-terrorism officials, but by entities like the Department of Commerce and the US Trade Representative. The USTR negotiates treaties (like the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership), and one could certainly imagine that the leverage from this program could be useful in pushing for the US position. In fact, EFF and three dozen civil society groups have already asked the NSA to explain if they are spying on those advocating for the public interest in US trade policy.
Ed Snowden's latest revelation may leave SEC officials quaking as the NSA "has been gathering records of online sexual activity and evidence of visits to pornographic websites as part of a proposed plan to harm the reputations of those whom the agency believes are radicalizing others through incendiary speeches." Of course, as we have seen, this 'information' would never be used by the government for non-radical-terrorist suppressing reasons, as the ACLU notes, is is "an unwelcome reminder of what it means to give an intelligence agency unfettered access to individuals' most sensitive information using tactics associated with the secret police services of authoritarian governments."
Via Snowden...
The National Security Agency has been gathering records of online sexual activity and evidence of visits to pornographic websites as part of a proposed plan to harm the reputations of those whom the agency believes are radicalizing others through incendiary speeches, according to a top-secret NSA document.

The document, provided by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, identifies six targets, all Muslims, as “exemplars” of how “personal vulnerabilities” can be learned through electronic surveillance, and then exploited to undermine a target’s credibility, reputation and authority.

The NSA document, dated Oct. 3, 2012, repeatedly refers to the power of charges of hypocrisy to undermine such a messenger.”
Full ACLU Statement:
The NSA considered discrediting six people by revealing surveillance evidence of their online sexual activity, visits to pornography websites, and other personal information, according to a report today in The Huffington Post. The article cited documents leaked by former NSA contactor Edward Snowden. The targets of the NSA’s plan were all Muslims whom the NSA characterized as “radicals” but who were not believed to be involved in terrorism. The documents say one of the targets was a “U.S. person,” a term describing American citizens and legal permanent residents, but all of the targets were reportedly outside the United States.

American Civil Liberties Union Deputy Legal Director Jameel Jaffer had this reaction:

“This report is an unwelcome reminder of what it means to give an intelligence agency unfettered access to individuals' most sensitive information. One ordinarily associates these kinds of tactics with the secret police services of authoritarian governments. That these tactics have been adopted by the world’s leading democracy – and the world’s most powerful intelligence agency – is truly chilling.”

The administration keeps on attempting to justify the NSA spying by claiming there is oversight from the other branches of government. But, as Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg noted in the Why Care About NSA Spying video, spying makes a mockery of that separation. How can that oversight be meaningful if the NSA's huge storehouse of information contains the private viewing habits of every senator, representative, and judge? When the only protection against abuse is internal policies, there is no serious oversight. Congress needs to take action now to rein in the spying.


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Wednesday, 20 November 2013

How Different Industries are Benefiting from Online Trainings

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Online trainings are being increasingly used by a number of industries after proven potential of being a cost effective and efficient solution for achieving greater efficiency in work performance.

Even though the work needs of each industry differ from the other, online training is an essential tool for each modern industry. In this globalized world, online trainings can be attributed for helping businesses and individuals to learn, relearn, conduct business, improve and grow across geographical, cultural and political boundaries.

Every business in each industry wants to excel in performance and benefit from greater profitability. With motivation driven by this objective, each industry is striving in finding better ways to incorporate online trainings modules into its work environment for the mutual benefit of all concerned stakeholders of the business.

Some of the prominent industries that are using online trainings include:

Banking Industry

The success of every business is linked to the productivity of its employees. As online banking has got popular, the banking industry has experienced an increase in the number of online trainings being utilized.
Online trainings in the banking industry in the form of comprehensive online banking training programs focus on areas such as bank principles, customer service, handling clients, technological innovations, internet banking, document management and others.
Health Care Industry           
The healthcare industry has one of the fastest growing occupations and is crucial for public healthcare solutions. As it is a 24/7 industry, it has been pushing with innovative solution that offer flexible learning, reduced costs, a competitive edge and improvement in operations.
The healthcare industry utilizes online trainings in the form of online healthcare diplomas, degrees and short certificate courses that give a competitive edge to the careers of medical professionals and useful knowledge to other members.
Other modules for online trainings include induction, orientation, employee training and patient management.
Telecommunications Industry
The telecommunications industry has been increasingly making use of technology in its products and working. Online trainings in the telecommunication industry cover topics such as brand and customer relationship management, innovation and future technology, cellular principles, voice and data communication, wireless communications, carrier networks, Ethernet and others.
Food Industry

The food industry has been using online trainings that cover different aspects of food production such as food safety, food processing, hygiene, food quality assurance, food packaging and food marketing. Online trainings provide an easy and cost effective method to learn from leading businesses in the industry, share knowledge, adopt best practices, build capacities and try and achieve near bench mark performances.
Government Organizations
Governmental organizations are realizing that their processes can be much more effectively managed after being upgraded with technology, which will in turn help them serve the public better. Online
trainings being adopted by government organizations are aimed at increasing the proficiency in data management, improving work processes and staff performance.
Military Services
The military services has advanced their trainings methods by making use of online trainings wherever possible as well. Online workshops to impart tips, guidelines, discuss pressing issues and develop combat strategies are crucial tools to military services which speed up the process and increase military efficiency.
With military services personnel attending interactive webinars, it becomes easier to get acquainted with requirements, identify practical approaches, handle on-ground scenarios, and manage complex risks along with other issues related to armed conflicts before actually facing them. It improves efficiency, simplifies trainings and brings in enhanced learning.
Education Industry
The education industry comprising of universities, colleges, schools, research centers, technical and vocational centers and other academic institutes increasingly utilize online training resources as well. Online trainings support the education industry in multiple ways which include help in setting standard modules to adopt and implement, enhance the capacities of the teachers, help improve the quality of education offered, increases student knowledge, simplify learning and bring greater content retention.



Author Bio

David Miller is an educational researcher who has vast experience in the field of teaching, LMS Systems and online training. He is associated with prestigious universities and many leading educational research organizations. He's also an ed-tech veteran, currently pursuing research in new eLearning developments, and is a contributing author with ProProfs.



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Monday, 4 November 2013

10 Best Countries Have Fastest Internet Connection

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The United States is home to some of the world’s most successful and innovative high-tech companies. Despite its techie pedigree, the U.S. doesn’t have the fastest Internet speed in the world. It doesn’t even crack the top 10.
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Hong Kong has the fastest average peak speed at 63.6 megabits per second, more than three times the global average of 18.4 Mbps, according to the latest quarterly report from Akamai Technologies. Japan holds the No. 2 spot with an average peak speed of 50 Mbps, followed by Romania with 47.9 Mbps, South Korea with 44.8 Mbps and Latvia with 44.2 Mbps.
The quarterly report, which is based on information from January through March, ranks countries based on average peak connection speeds as well as stats on mobile connectivity and attack traffic.
The U.S. comes in at No. 11 with 36.6 Mbps, double the global average, according to the report. The average peak speed in the U.S. has steadily improved, increasing 11 percent from the previous quarter.


The average peak connection speed also grew over the previous quarter, increasing 9.2 percent to 18.4 Mbps. Globally, 130 regions and countries saw higher average peak connection speeds with increases ranging from 0.9 percent in Nicaragua to 13.3 Mbps to 55 percent in Ghana to 21.3 Mbps, the report says.
Long term trends are heartening as well with the global average peak connection speed up 36 percent from the same period last year. Countries that saw yearly declines include a 3.8 percent decline in Guatemala to 15.6 Mbps and 28 percent drop in Sudan to 6.1 Mbps, the report says.



The lowest average peak connection speed in the first quarter was recorded in Iran at 3.2 Mbps, a 7.1 percent drop from the same quarter last year.
The U.S. fared better in terms of high broadband adoption rates with one quarter of the country’s connections above 10 megabits per second. South Korea took the top spot in that category with half of its connections at speeds above 10 Mbps. The global high broadband adoption rate grew to 13 percent above 10 Mbps, the report says..
above information by:- www.smartplanet.com

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Sunday, 3 November 2013

The Gold Colour iPhone 5S Craze !

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Check out our review of the Apple iPhone 5S smartphone.

Though not necessarily worth its weight in gold, a shortened supply in Apple’s new iPhone 

5S in luxurious gold is causing its price on sites like eBay creep up on sites like eBay at 

exorbitant prices.

One of Apple’s big highlights at its big press event about two weeks ago was 

the announcement of its brand new smartphone, the iPhone 5S. Of the three colors 

released, gold is the one that caught the most attention. Apple’s supply of gold iPhones 

was excessively low at launch, with some stores getting not a single golden iPhone, and 

even Apple’s own flagship store in San Francisco receiving only around 20.

Due to the short supply, many are turning to eBay and Craigslist to get their hands on their 
very own iPhone 5S, complete with a finish even Richie Rich could appreciate. An 

average 16GB Gold iPhone 5S can fetch nearly $1,000 from impatient iPhone fanatics – 

nearly 30 percent higher than an identical, though less flashy space-gray or silver. In 

China, golden iPhones are clocking in at nearly twice as much as their retail value.

As crazy as people may seem for picking up a golden iPhone for $1,000, all eyes are on 

that eBay auction where in just 24 hours a golden iPhone started at just 99 cents before 

ballooning to a crazy $10,100. However, this price is an anomaly. Someone with zero eBay 
feedback set a ridiculous $10,000 offer for the golden iPhone – and then someone else 

outbid him. The winning bidder has real eBay feedback, suggesting that perhaps he or she 

really wanted a $10,000 iPhone. There is a chance that the listing will get canceled by eBay.
Whether $1,000 or $10,000, the fact remains that stock has dwindled for the iPhone 5S, 

making some wait well into October for the latest Apple smartphone. Whether this is due 

to unexpected sales or artificial scarcity is unclear, but in either case Apple better hope it 

leads to a better earnings quarter as Samsung continues to steal the show.

Lastly, since we know some of you will be disappointed the new iPhone 5S lacks any real 

gold, remember you can always settle for the iPhone 5 featuring 24 karat gold, platinum, 

and Swarovski Crystals. Take your pick folks




Since the rumors for the gold iPhone 5C have popped up, the web has got filled with reports about whether the gold iPhone will be lucky or unlucky for Apple. Some reports have gone too far that they have even traced the luckiness of golden color in different countries as well. Details below.
Many analyses for the gold iPhone says that golden color is considered lucky in China and therefore this change to golden color might boost Apple’s sales in China. So let’s see what colors Chinese actually prefer.
As per the chart of auto colors compiled by Fortune’s Philip Elmer-DeWitt, the favorite or the lucky color of Chinese consumers (at least for buying autos) is silver, not gold. Even the second most favorite color is not gold. It is black. While golden color holds the eighth position, that doesn’t seem to be impressive enough. Well, does this mean that gold iPhone is not going to bring riches for the fruit company? Maybe no.
Golden color might bring fortunes for Apple in India. This is because gold is a traditional color there, due to the extensive use of gold jewelry, especially in weddings. So we can say that the significance of gold in India can give some fame to the golden-colored iPhone 5C.
However, there is one thing that might make people less attracted towards this gold iPhone and that is that there are already smartphones of other companies in golden color, then why would one choice gold iPhone? But since Apple’s products’, in particular iPhone is considered to be something more than just a smartphone, therefore those who want best gold smartphone might go for this one.
Do you think the gold coloured iPhone will be a success?


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Thursday, 31 October 2013

Top 10 Proxy WebSites To Unblock Any Site

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If you have a slow connection to a certain website, or can’t access it at all because of the restriction of your ISP, workplace or school, or simply desired to protect yourself online by hiding your private information, then an online proxy website will help you.
With the assistance of an online proxy service, you do not access your target website( e.g. Facebook ) directly, you make a request, the web proxy fetch the web page( and encrypt its content, remove scripts and advertisements ), and send it back to your browser. This makes it possible to unblock any banned site, or surf any site anonymously without leaving your footprint.
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While surfing online, sometimes we come across websites which can’t be accessed due to our location or IP restrictions. Have you ever noticed this type of problem while browsing websites? This happens usually because the owner of website restricts access of website to only specific IP addresses. Sometimes they also block IP ranges of whole country so that no one from that country can access their website or content.  The other reason can be that your internet connection provider restricts access to specific websites.Similarly  most of the USA based websites are not available in other countries.
In order to access blocked websites, you will need a proxy server that automatically randomize your IP address and will assign a different IP address of another country to you. So, if your IP address is of USA, then you will be able to access websites that are blocked in your country and their access is only limited to US users. For example, YouTube is blocked in Pakistan and now only option for opening YouTube in Pakistan is with proxy. There are also some Google chrome extensions that can help you open YouTube and other blocked websites with the help of proxy. Most of the time in colleges, universities and offices etc. internet access is restricted to only specific websites. So, in order to unblock other websites, you can use proxy websites or softwares.
If you do not want to go through installation of Proxy softwares then anonymous browsing with proxy websites is the best option for you. So, in this article I am sharing a list of 5 best free Proxy websites of 2013 that will let you surf internet anonymously and securely.

1. 000FreeProxy

2. kkProxy

3. MyAddr

4. RX Proxy


5. AnonyMouse


6. Zend2


7. NewIPNow


8. KProxy


9. Mega Proxy


10. AD Free Proxy


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