March 18, 2014
The Web is supposed to be open, but behind the scenes, content filters are usually busy controlling what you see. Filters can be from your school or workplace, blocking navigation on sites such as YouTube.
It could be a communication medium that broadcasts music, movies, or news that may not be visible to users located in specific countries. A restrictive ISP or government could also impose content filters. International travelers are often innocent victims of these filters, when they find that they cannot access their digital content from wherever they are currently located.
via Skip the content filters and get to know the Web they don’t want you to see – PC World en Español.
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