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 Pirate Bay Introduces Web Browser
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Message Text: The Pirate Bay (TPB) introduced its own browser that can be used to circumvent censorship and blockades.

The PirateBrowser is a simple, one-click, pre-configured Firefox browser that circumvents censorship and blockades and makes the site instantly available and accessible. It has no bundled ad-ware or toolbars, just a Pre-configured Firefox browser.

PirateBrowser uses the Vidalia graphical controller for the Tor software that allows users to start and stop the Tor anonymizing network.

This client is bundled with Mozilla's Firefox portable browser with the FoxyProxy addon, a set of proxy management tools for Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer that bypass content-filtering in certain countries.

The launch of the browser that celebrates the 10th anniversary of The Pirate Bay is only intended to circumvent censorship, The Pirate Bay said.
 
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