What you may want to try is TOR
. Tor aims to defend against traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal anonymity and privacy, confidential business activities ...
, and you can get it here:http://tor.eff.org/
Along with using that, you may want to use PeerGuardian 2 It's also FREE
.. PeerGuardian 2 is an ip blocking tool that prevents ip's and web sites from connecting to your computer, which will make your online surfing more private and secure. You can get it here: http://methlabs.org
My next suggestion to you would be to compile a list of censored words in NotePad or something, along with the code words, and pass that on to who you email. That way you can continue using your email, but instead of using the actual censored words, you'll just use your code words. As long as you and the other people stick to the list of words, you should be able to send emails in the content form you want, without it being intercepted and quarantined.
Just be cautious, because since they intercepted your email, you are definitely on their radar screen. The list you want the others to have should be postal mailed to them. Do not attempt to send it through email.
Ever since 9-11-2001, everyone on planet earth has become suspects of illegal activities. I don't know about any of you, but I have a problem with my emails being intercepted.On an ending note:
I remember this great sentence. "For every problem, there are at least 10 different solutions to them.
"[EDIT = Added Info]
I just thought about this. You must be using your isp's email address they assigned to you. If you are. STOP
using it now. There are plenty of FREE
email accounts out there for you. NEVER-EVER
, use an email account your isp gives you, and I mean NEVER
Edited by Walkman, 20 December 2006 - 11:57 AM.