2 May 2009, by
These proxies  by-pass any “black list” filter  and make you anonymous on the path between your computer and the sites you are visiting.  Your internet service provider will be unable to track your browsing behaviour and will not report it to any official or private watching agency, even if requested to do so according to the French law.
Ces proxys identiques annulent tout filtrage de type “liste noire”  et assurent votre anonymat le long du parcours entre votre ordinateur et les sites que vous visitez. Votre fournisseur d’accès sera dans l’incapacité de suivre votre comportement d’internaute et ne pourra donc en informer un quelconque organisme de surveillance public ou privé, même si la loi française l’y oblige.
Here are some lists of public proxies:
Alternatively, you may also install your own private proxy anywhere (out of France of course), using Glype. It’s really easy, provided you have a non French-hosted web space.
For the same reason, downloads are limited to 2 Mbytes per file: this proxy is basically intended for the victims of so-called ’intelligent’ filtering/spying systems, not for massive downloads, legal or not.
My concern is to minimize collateral damages of the badly designed hadopi mechanism, not to facilitate illegal actions, although I am definitely not in charge of crime prevention or denunciation: you are responsible of what you do with your computer. At your own risks.
1. I am curious to see when my website will be blacklisted in France…
2. Today April 9th, the French Parliament said NO to hadopi. Wait and see.
 they are tuned the same way
 “white list” filters will unfortunately not be by-passed, unless the proxy itself is whitelisted, which is unlikely
 This is absolutely not the ultimate weapon to preserve your privacy and your freedom in an Orwellian world: just a modest country road away from strictly watched highways.
 le filtrage “liste blanche” aussi appelé “filtrage minitel” ne sera hélas pas contourné, à moins que le proxy lui-même figure dans la liste blanche, ce qui est hautement improbable
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