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The Pirate Bay is fighting against censorship while celebrating its 10th anniversary by releasing a browser. That's right, the "Pirate Browser," by way of the infamous BitTorrent site, is a combination of Firefox 23, the Tor client, and special proxy configurations as well as bookmarks.
The Pirate Browser, TorrentFreak reports, was created in an effort to allow those where the massive file-sharing site is blocked to access it despite blackouts across the globe. Aside from plugins such as EZTV and H33T, the browser functions as a regular portable version of Firefox.
The Pirate Bay said it best: “It’s a simple one-click browser that circumvents censorship and blockades and makes the site instantly available and accessible. No bundled ad-ware, toolbars or other crap, just a Pre-configured Firefox browser."
Will you be trying out this special browser optimized for bypassing censorship across the web?