Napa, CA, October 07, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Eliminate Internet Censoring with This Code.
A prime example of internet censorship happening today is the ongoing online feud between Russia and Ukraine. Both countries are reporting their side of the story, and both countries are blocking content online in order to hide information from their citizens regarding the opposing side. The same thing is happening in Hong Kong today where China is blocking out the protests for its 1.2 billion citizens in mainland China. The OpenTellus project is operated outside the reach of these censorship authorities and allows people within these controlled areas to practice freedom of speech and to make up their own mind about what is right or wrong.
Mike Sjoblom, the leader of a team of experienced IT experts from the US, Europe, and Asia has discovered a new way for people to access the internet using a cloud solution. With a click of a link online, people gain access to the internet outside the local internet providers which eliminates the ability to censor or filter information on the web.
“I couldn’t have done it myself, this is a team effort,” Mr. Sjoblom says, pointing out that with the sophisticated technologies today, governments around the world can chose what information they want their citizens to access or be kept ignorant about.
There are numerous examples where successful alterations of true online information have changed the outcome of elections, historical events, and general facts and figures to match a profile that is suitable for a private purpose.
Mr. Sjoblom says that the use of their code will enable anyone access to the Internet, from any place in the world, using any type of device, regardless of the operative system. A click on a link and the world is open. “The innovative platform we intend to build will be available to any provider at any type of data center in the world. Once we setup the system for a provider, they may share their link with anyone they wish to have access to an unfiltered Internet environment. It will be one of those true game-changers in the world.”
Users only need three things to gain access to the free and open Internet source:
1) a standard Internet connection,
2) a browser window and
3) a link to the platform from a provider in an uncensored internet zone.
The cloud will break all boundaries and take “borderless internet” to a “borderless and free internet” for the first time in history.
As Mr. Sjoblom says, “a VM [virtual machine] is a computer that is available at a data center from anywhere in the world. The user accesses the VM online through a link. Our ’secret sauce’ is the discovery of how to open up a single VM to an unlimited number of users. VM’s can only be accessed by one person at a time with today’s technology and without our code.
“We would place the VM in a datacenter located in an area where censorship is not applied. Users located in censored areas can now access this censor free internet environment by using the link to the VM. All that is needed is a standard Internet connection and a browser window.”
The group of people behind the project has been working on the technology for months and is finally releasing it to the public. Mr. Sjoblom states that “the people behind this project are not hackers…crackers….gamers…or teenagers. We are an experienced group of people with over 25 years in the IT business.” The team originates from Japan, Sweden, England, the US, and India. The common goal of the team is to use their cutting edge competence to give people around the world access to online information without being filtered. Mike Sjoblom says it is the first time he, or anyone in his team, has approached crowd funding for their idea. For more information about this, please visit http://igg.me/at/opentellus.
The impact of people’s contributions is a free internet. By contributing, online users can give people access to the internet as it was intended to be: open and unfiltered. Mr. Sjoblom points out that these contributions will promote the freedom that people in many places take for granted, but a large percentage of the world’s population never gains access to.
Contact: Mike Sjoblom
Located: Napa, California