A safe, stable and completely free browser with built-in circumvention. Free and smooth access to Google, Twitter, Youtube and other websites.
Access Wikipedia easily even in areas where it is blocked.
We have directed Chinese internet users more than 13 million times to censored news stories about government corruption, politics, scandals and other "sensitive" information.
Provides anonymous search and access to censored WeChat articles.
We mimic the look and feel of the real Weibo website, but instead of presenting a "harmonized" version of the popular social media network, we restore and integrate censored and deleted posts
A simple tool that tests to see whether a website is available to internet users in Mainland China. We have collected more than a decade’s worth of data about website availability inside the GFW.
Usability test data of various VPN and circumvention tools.
Promotes Wiki Unblocked.
Can be used to view deleted questions and answers on Zhihu.
This Chinese-language blog explores strong philosophical arguments around censorship-related issues, drawing from both current affairs and history. The passionate followers of this website advocate each day for freedom of access to information.
Every day, Apple rejects hundreds of apps from inclusion in their App Stores around the world on the directives of authoritarian governments. Oftentimes, these app removals run contrary to local laws protecting freedom of speech. Apple often declares that they believe that “privacy is a fundamental human right” but the company actively denies freedom of access to information for millions of their customers around the world.
Based on FreeBrowser, AppMaker allows anybody to create their own Android application with built-in anti-censorship technology. Apps can be created for personal use and organizations can also use the website to create their own Android applications.
GreatFire Open Source
C and Java Library derived from Chromium Cronet which can be used to make Android apps resistant to censorship
Thousands of websites are blocked in Mainland China. One approach to tackle this is to create mirror websites.
We are an anonymous organization based in China. We launched our first project in 2011 in an effort to help bring transparency to online censorship in China. Now we focus on helping Chinese to freely access information. Apart from being widely discussed in most major mass media, GreatFire has also been the subject of a number of academic papers from various research institutions. FreeWeibo.com won the 2013 Deutsche Welle “Best Of Online Activism” award in the “Best Innovation” category. In 2016, GreatFire won a Digital Activism fellowship from Index on Censorship.