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UnoTelly Lets You Visit Websites Blocked In Your Country

Posted In Internet, Online services - By Techtiplib on Sunday, February 12th, 2012 With No Comments »

nternet censorship has been in the limelight for the past few weeks, due to the SOPA & PIPA bills originated in US and ACTA from Europe. According to Wikipedia, “Internet censorship is the control or suppression of publishing of, or access to information on the internet”. A lot of times, when visiting a website, or specially when browsing on YouTube, instead of the website or the video, we see a message saying that the particular item is not available in our country. What is most annoying about seeing that message is that there is no explanation as to why the particular content is blocked. Finding out the reason is something beyond your control, but what you can do is actually visit the website or watch the video using tools such as SecurityKiss and TunnelBear. Another addition to the family, UnoTelly, is a portable application for Windows that allows you to access a lot of blocked website, including Hulu, Netflix, ABC, Fox, CBS etc.

UnoTelly Lets You Visit Websites Blocked

You are required to register with the service before you can download the application.

Once the application is downloaded, just run the EXE and click Start to enable the blocked websites.

The service has 3 packages available to choose from; 1 free and 2 paid. Each package has a different set of websites included that will be available once you get it, with the free version only offering basic channels. The complete list of websites available in each package can be viewed on the product page. UnoTelly works on Windows Vista and Windows 7.

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