New ThruView Service Launched to Break China's Information-Filtering Internet Firewall

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A new service providing freedom of access to the Internet has been launched to allow people in China, Iran, Cuba, Syria, Saudi Arabia and North Korea to get through their country's information-filtering Internet firewalls. The service is available for immediate use at http://www.thruview.com.

A new service providing freedom of access to the Internet has been launched to allow people in China, Iran, Cuba, Syria, Saudi Arabia and North Korea to get through their country's information-filtering Internet firewalls. The service is available for immediate use at http://www.thruview.com.

Without this service, people in these countries can only access and view information on the Internet that their governmental regime has approved. Independent news and information is monitored, filtered and withheld in such countries, lending skewed and often anti-democratic views on world events to their citizens. The ThruView service's goal is to allow full access to the Web for people in these countries and, ultimately, to play a part changing their perceptions about the United States and "The West" by enabling access to unfiltered information.

The ThruView service is available free to citizens of nations with curtailed freedoms and relies on donated subscriptions from individuals in western countries. Donations can be made directly on the ThruView Web site at http://www.thruview.com for any amount. All donations to the service are strictly confidential.

Anyone wishing to learn more about the ThruView service should visit the website at http://www.thruview.com. The service is designed to work in all Web browsers released within the past 5 years, and does not require a download or installation.

The ThruView service is run by Glyde Internet Services, LLC, a U.S. Company based in Rochester, New York.

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