For millions around the world, the Internet is less a super-highway and more an obstacle course – complete with virtual hazards, roadblocks and detours. As more and more governments start filtering content – or blocking access outright – users are left with an Internet full of holes.
Now there’s a new anti-censorship tool – called alkasir – specifically designed for Middle East users. But is alkasir guilty of the same censorship it’s trying to combat?
VOA’s Doug Bernard has more in this look.