In its core, the Internet is an embodiment of democracy. Forums, discussions, blogs, Wikipedia… All these present a corpus of invaluable information that can make a difference between educated and uneducated people.
We are only a few clicks away from the information on every single thing that has ever existed in the history of human civilization. And if we consider this aspect only, the Internet absolutely respects the basic human right to be informed and promotes freedom of speech.
But does it really? Is everything the way it seems to be? Well, of course not.
Even in the western democratic countries, there is a lot of overt Internet censorship and who knows how much more important information is hidden from us covertly.
And this happens in countries like the USA or the UK. The situation in some developing countries is even worse, as their residents are often forbidden from accessing otherwise globally available content.
This is a direct consequence of geoblocking, which is a way of denying access to Internet users from certain locations. This can happen when a website prevents people from other countries from accessing its content. For example, a website located in the US can easily deny access to someone from Egypt or another developing country when it recognizes where their request is coming from.
In addition, some countries prevent their own residents from accessing certain content due to the Internet censorship. So basically, your country of residence doesn’t allow you to see the content on some websites.
Some services like Country IP Blocks enable you to detect the request and allow it or deny it depending on the country it is coming from.
Whatever the reason, as an Internet user, you can’t get to the content you need. If you live in one of the developing countries, for example, Egypt, you will have a lot of trouble surfing the web. As the matter of fact, if you use only your own server, you don’t stand any chance to browse freely.
The Internet in Egypt is much better than it used to be several years ago. There is much more freedom and today the majority of the population has Internet access.
When it comes to Internet service providers (ISPs), everything boils down to one name ‒ TE Data. This is a company that controls between 65% and 70% of the Internet connections in Egypt, the other two major ones being Vodafone and Etisalat. All in all, TE Data has incredible power when it comes to controlling the information and knowledge that people acquire.
And even though the situation is significantly better than it used to be, the censorship in Egypt is still more than obvious. As of June 2017, the Egyptian government has blocked more than 60 websites, 48 of them being online news websites. This says enough about the still ongoing Internet censorship in this country.
Basically, if your IP is located in Egypt, you won’t be able to access numerous websites and thus will remain deprived of some information that in some cases can turn out to be essential.
However, there is a way to mask your Egyptian IP very easily. You can do this even today with residential IPs.
But to know how you can do it, first you have to know what residential IPs are.
Residential IPs are IP addresses located in residential areas all around the world. They are a legitimate way to access the Internet from another location and thus have success in entering your target website.
In a nutshell, when you connect to a proxy that has residential IPs in the USA, you are able to browse the web just as if you were located in an American neighborhood. So, what a residential IP basically does is mask your own IP and let you surf the Internet without any limitations.
When choosing residential IPs, you want to make sure that you are getting the best ones. Public proxies are definitely what you don’t want to use, at least not for a long time, since they are slow, shared and unreliable. The only good thing about them is that they are free.
On the other hand, when you get private dedicated proxies, you will have the best browsing experience in the world. Private proxies provide a stable, fast, secure and reliable connection.
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Our proxies are super-fast, secure and reliable. Wherever you are located, they provide you with a first-rate browsing experience. With our proxies, you will be able to access all the websites you want today and stay informed about everything that happens in the world.
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