Software to outsmart Internet censorship in China

With all the publicity Google's China business received over the past week, it only has been a matter of time until software promises to circumvent censored search results. Anonymizer, at least to our knowledge, is the first to take advantage of the public outrage: The company today said that it is developing an "anti-censorship solution that will enable Chinese citizens to safely access the entire Internet filter-free." The solution will provide a regularly changing URL that users can access to open the doors "to unfettered access" of the World Wide Web, Anonymizer said.

According to the company, the software will become available before the end of March.