Wednesday 4 November 2015

How to Unblock Google in China

Google is the premier search engine used around the world with multiple applications included that people use every day. Google Docs, Spreadsheets--even Google Photos are great applications that are highly rated and highly valued not only for their simple design, but also their usefulness, understandable complexities, and generous offerings.

While the Google ecosystem has expanded, so too has Google's empire over the world. Google owns YouTube, Android, and a few other acquisitions have been integrated and absorbed. Inside Google rests hundreds of thousands of "questionable" websites, hundreds of thousands of blogs, and more hundred of thousands of images.

With so much content available, it's not a surprise that China has just cut the cord on Google altogether. It's a fundamental part of the internet--an unrestricted search engine. The block severely hinders Chinese citizens ability to use the internet the way they want to. In many ways, people's idea of what the internet can do is framed by Google--I can't be the only one that has seen people go to websites through Google instead of typing it in the address bar. How would you find information? Most importantly, how would you find the best information?

Well thankfully, even if you're behind the "great firewall" you can still access Google by using TorGuard VPN. TorGuard VPN has designed special protocols specifically for heavily censored countries like China. Stealth VPN and Stealth Proxy ensure that your normal VPN will NOT be detected by the government, or anyone monitoring your traffic through deep packet inspection techniques.

Stealth VPN provides you with encrypted access to the Internet that appears like normal HTTP traffic while the Stealth Proxy works alongside the VPN providing a double layered security approach that hides the "handshake" of a VPN. It's the best way to access any content you want without being detected or monitored.

With TorGuard VPN, you can unblock Google in China, access Netflix, Youtube, and even social networking sites like Twitter that are often the platforms for controversial debates on country news.