CENO (short for Censorship.no!) is a mobile Web browser using a novel approach to circumvent Internet censorship infrastructure, allowing users living in a censored zone to share retrieved content with each other, peer to peer.
Built in support of Articles 18, 19 and 20 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, CENO presents a new generation of censorship circumvention possibilities
Browse and share online content, even when the internet is down.
CENO (Censorship.No!) is a mobile web browser. It uses peer-to-peer technology to deliver websites to your phone and caches popular content with cooperating peers. CENO can be used to bypass Internet censorship and help others retrieve blocked pages.
Say NO to censorship! Install CENO Browser today and be prepared for the next time you get unplugged.
CENO is designed with internet shutdown scenarios in mind. Websites are shared by a global network of peers, and stored in a distributed cache for availability when traditional networks are blocked or go down.
Unlock the web.
Access any website. Frequently requested content is cached on the network and cannot be forcibly removed.
Reduce Data Costs.
By routing user traffic through peer-to-peer networks, CENO Browser incurs less data costs while still providing users with circumvention capability.
Free and open source.
CENO Browser is powered by Ouinet, an open source library enabling third party developers to incorporate the CENO network into their apps for peer-to-peer connectivity.
Please note: CENO browser is experimental software. We offer it with the best intention that it is useful to you, but due to its highly innovative nature and stage of development, you may expect some issues while using it.
CENO is not an anonymity tool: information about your browsing might be leaked to other CENO users, as well as the fact that your application is providing particular web content to others. Content accessed with the application may stay in storage in clear text for some time. Other security or privacy-affecting issues might exist.
We recommend that you use this tool in controlled environments and only assume reasonable risks. eQualitie and its associates decline any legal responsibility derived from the use of this software.
eQualit.ie develops open and reusable systems with a focus on privacy, online security, and information management. Our goal is to create accessible technology and improve the skill-set needed for defending human rights and freedoms in the digital age.
To learn more about CENO browser and its distributed library, Ouinet, please visit https://censorship.no
Questions / Need support?
Read more in the CENO User Manual, or contact us at email@example.com. We love receiving feedback and are continuously improving CENO for its users!
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