WikiLeaks responds

20 08 2010

Further to PPT’s post on the on-again/off-again blocking of WikiLeaks, there is now a new site Thaileaks. It says:

For unknown reasons the Thai Government has closed access to the Wikileaks website. This means that Thai internauts and webizens are not allowed to take part in the current netbased movement of freedom. This is not acceptable, anywhere in the world. Therefore we make all Thai-related content from the Wikileaks website available for direct download. We will continue doing this for every country that blocks essential internet infrastructure. The internet is an intricate system of tunnels, we will dig a hole in every national firewall.

You may access the entire Wikileaks site by browsing to or use secure connection (you need to accept the certificate) on the https-enabled version.

This is sensitive material, all quoted from Wikileaks. Please note – This is not about disrespecting the Thai State or the Royal family. It is about making a statement for the freedom of information.

As well as listing all of the links PPT posted, it says this:

How to bypass the blocking filter of Thailand permanently

In order to avoid the oppressive blocking filter, there are several methods that you may use. Here are a few examples and links:

* To use ssh proxies and I2P darknet there are video instructions made by Telecomix here.

* You may use a free VPN service such as AIR VPN.

* Onion routing software such as Tor will allow you to bypass the firewall.