I come here out of sheer desperation...
Good afternoon folks.
This isn't something I really wanted to have to ask - or something I thought I would need to ask, for that matter - however things seem to have gone too far.
My problem is this: since I am unamble to access the internet at home, I am forced to use this local library network to conduct all of my net-related business (email, site updates, etc.). However, recently the powers that be have seen fit to upgrade the net filters installed here. This means that I can no longer read or send email, access certain sites which keep me in contact with good friends or generally be allowed any kind of freedom at all. This politically-correct 'don't let them see that word or they will be scarred for life but more importantly they may well sue us' is all well and good if, for example, you just wanted to view pages about sunflowers and candy but here in the real world, it's a restriction that has gone too far.
The point of this (which seems to have become an essay of some kind - sorry) is basically this: I'd like to know if there is a way to bypass the RM Safetynet Plus filter program, bearing in mind that I also cannot download .exe files or access Internet Options to set up any kind of proxy (this operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer...). Trying to access the IP of sites doesn't work, and the same goes for that German anonym redirector site thing.
Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated.