The social video platform YouTube is blocking more and more videos from users. In the US this is mainly enforced by EMI. Instead of the video you desired the message “this content is not available in your country” is displayed.
More and more content providers start publishing TV shows in the internet. Most TV shows will be published in their original county up to one year before they are on TV in other countries. Most of this content though cannot be accessed from outside the country of origin. Using SaferSurf you will be free to choose from a variety of global IP addresses, so that you can access the content freely, no matter where in the word you are located.
Eurosport broadcasts all Fußball-Bundesliga matches as live stream in HD quality in the Nordic countries. Thus people from Sweden, Norway or Denmark can watch the German Fußball-Bundesliga matches without any problems, while people from e.g. Germany, Austria or Spain are directed to other contents.
Link to the Bundesliga Proxy Live Demo
The blocked videos are usually just blocked for single countries. This being said a video blocked in the US is freely available in Japan or European countries. SaferSurf provides you with an international IP address and breaks YouTubes country borders.
SaferSurf Unblock lets you bypass firewalls and other net restrictions, without having administrative rights on the PC you use. Unblock websites at your workplace and bypass internet restrictions in cybercafés, hotels, or at airports. The unblock service will work with any different PC. Read more
Using the SaferSurf GeoProxy you cannot just watch every video on YouTube, but also legally access all the video and audio portals protected by country borders. It allows you to watch video broadcasts of major sports events or follow your favorite TV shows. Read more
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