Everyone is trying to unblock websites like Myspace.com or Facebook.com since so many jobs are blocking those sites. Unfortunately you will find that most jobs and schools will block the latest sites that prevent censorship. One website has begun to use a new method for unblocking websites by hosting a decentralized network that allows multiple people to host nodes that others can use as proxies from inside of their browsers and then get around the censorship that your school or job might be forcing on you.
www.dontcensorme.org lets you browse the web uncensored using it’s collection of suffix proxy servers. Suffix proxy servers are chosen, because they are easier to use than regular proxy servers.
A suffix proxy server allows a user to access web content by appending the hostname of the proxy server to the URL of the requested content. To use a suffix proxy server with hostname “6a.nl” to visit “www.google.com” you simply enter “www.google.com.6a.nl” in your browsers address bar.
Don’t censor me” uses proxy servers meant to bypass censorship, not for anonymous Internet access or protecting your privacy. Every request the proxy makes for you will contain your IP address in the “X-Forwarded-For” header.
The consequence of using a proxy (in general) is that you send all your data unencrypted through some other server. The person running this server can look at or into your traffic. Therefor DO NOT log in to any accounts (not even using a secure connection) unless you FULLY trust the person running the proxy server.