Millions of people around the world suffer from a lack of Internet freedom because of governments that enforce Internet regulations through provincial branches of state-owned ISPs, business entities, and other organizations. In countries like China and Iran, the governmental authorities not only block website content but also monitor the Internet access of individuals. Common censoring methods are: IP blocking, DNS filtering and redirection, URL filtering, packing filtering, and connection reset.
Imagine you run a website that you fear may be targeted by government internet censorship. How can you prevent detection from the firewall? If you were detected, how would you get out of their system?
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