As you may know that Google Reader is available for you to subscribe to the RSS feeds of websites, but do you know that it is also a good way for you to bypass the internet censorship and access blocked sites?
The following will show you how to get access to a blocked site with Google Reader in 2 steps:
1. Subscribe to the RSS feed
If the blocked site offers a RSS feed, you can subscribe to it directly with Google Reader:
And if not, you can visit the Page2RSS website, enter the URL of the site to generate its RSS feed:
After that, copy the URL of the RSS feed and subscribe to it in your Google Reader.
2. Enable the secure browsing
For the RSS feed of a blocked site, you may fail to read it on Google Reader as default, such as what you can see from the following image:
To solve the problem, you can just add "https://" at the beginning of the URL, such as what you can see from the following image:
By the way, Google Reader is only available for you to read the RSS feed of a blocked site, and if you want to leave a comment, to post a tweet, to share on Facebook or to do some other interactions, you can check out VPN, Proxy, SSH or some other free anti-censorship tools.