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proxy server

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(Computer Science) computing a computer that acts as an intermediary between a client machine and a server, caching information to save access time
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These are just a few of the proxy sites set up throughout Europe and the United States to redirect movie and music pirates to hubs that have been blocked in their countries.
Proxy sites used to access blocked online resources were also targeted.
Some reports indicate that private torrent sites are still accessible, as well as many proxy sites for Pirate Bay and Kickass.
Preferred medium Government ministers now use Facebook -- once only accessible through proxy sites -- as their preferred medium to make announcements and quote formerly-prohibited media groups.
These proxy sites enable unobstructed delivery of emails containing news, information, and instructions for circumventing government Internet filters.
There are more than 100,000 registered anonymous proxy sites.
Some YouTube users also have found ways to access its videos, including by using proxy sites.
Though some websites were blocked in Sri Lanka, those sites could be accessed even in Sri Lanka through proxy sites.
One group has even created proxy sites of international news websites such as the one belonging to the BBC, doctoring the address to make it read http://www.
The solution features bandwidth management, dynamic content filtering, reporting, spyware monitoring, as well as Internet activity monitoring of peer-to-peer, social networking, IM and proxy sites.
ANKARA, Jun 18, 2010 (TUR) -- A court in Ankara has decided to block access to 44 proxy sites enabling people to visit the popular internet video service, YouTube, which was banned in Turkey.
These include proxy sites, only allowing online gambling where the players are physically within the geographic jurisdiction of the regulating authority, and ensuring that the players are registered adults who are actually who they say they are.