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Why Can't I Access Certain Websites?

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When you can?t access any websites, the issue is a setting called Maximum Transmission Unit, that is abbreviated as MTU in the network configuration. The MTU is buried in the registry, so rather than edit the registry directly you can download a small program for free that will allow you to view and change the MTU settings: Ditch. Make sure that the correct ?adapter? or network connection is selected and then download and run the latest version.
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100% legal, according to existing law. The business or school owns the technology that you're using to access the Internet, and thus you have no reasonable expectation of privacy
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The best way is to use a http proxy server like squid dont know if squid have the settings for restriction access to specific sites. But most of the http proxys have that function
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