DNS stands short for Domain Name System and resembles a phonebook we use with domain names. When you wish to connect your computer with the Internet and wireless networks, you get a specific DNS server to do so. In most cases, we use the DNS servers that our ISP owns.
It is not rare for governments to engage in DNS hijacking, in order to establish their regime and control their citizens to the maximum extent. The whole scheme involves the cooperation of the local ISPs (or Internet Service Providers), since they are the ones responsible. A fine example of such a government is the one […]
Accessing all sites and channels is some kind of a utopia for most people, as there are multiple geographical restrictions applied. Several countries are quite strict, when it comes to limitations related to the content that they offer to their citizens.