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Opinion: Brazilians learn how to circumvent internet censorship with help of the Chinese

By Fernanda Salles

(Opinion) Totalitarian state, police repression, censorship, control, and political persecution. This brief description of China's chaotic scenario could easily be confused with modern-day Brazil.

The growing similarity between the dictatorial regimes forces Brazilians to use the same methods as the Chinese to circumvent censorship.

One of these alternatives is using a VPN, which stands for Virtual Private Network.

]The service creates a private network on the web, and through a kind of "tunnel", the user can navigate using an IP address different from his own.

This way, the internet user can access websites blocked in . . .

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