Did you know that being banned from certain websites has now replaced slow modems as the issue high school students are most likely to report having with their school computers? Instituted bans on websites can have a detrimental impact on how easy it is to prepare for research and exams.
We often rely on Facebook, for example, to ask friends in our classes how they got a certain answer. And of course, sometimes we just want to catch up on messages instead of doing nothing in study hall. Whatever the reason, here are three ways you can attempt to get around Facebook bans.
1. Proxy Sites
Proxy sites have been around for almost as long as the internet. They basically act as a screen between you and the network, bypassing their controls by hiding the record of your activity. There are multiple proxy sites you can use, including proxyvan.com, mirrorproxy.com, and thefacebookproxy.com. Unfortunately, bans have evolved alongside finding ways around them, so your best bet Continue reading…