You should check out Zodiac on Netflix. It is hailed as the most accurate reconstruction of the murders and investigation of finding the killer. It is phenomenally well done.
EDIT: It isn't on Netflix anymore it seems (at least in US) but I would still try and find a means of watching it, definitely worth it.
EDIT 2: Here's the directors cut on YouTube courtesy of /u/The_Ipod_account (blocked in the US).
EDIT 3: ~~On the off chance it is available in a different country, try the Holo chrome extension.~~ I hear that helps. Also, www.flixsearch.io can check country availability
EDIT 4: DON'T USE HOLO, IT ~~IS MALEWARE~~ SHARES YOUR IP. I was just informed that they will pass out your IP, so use at your own discretion or find an alternate VPN.
EDIT 5: Holo uses your IP as an endpoint for someone else in a different country, to access things such as Netflix without things being blocked. People can still do some shady stuff with your IP, but with millions using the extension, it is doubtful you will get in trouble. In the off chance you do, just explain the use of a VPN.
TV Player.com HD
I myself am outside the UK but can still use TV Player. If it does not work because of Geo-restrictions use Hola Unblocker.
If asked for a postcode use this e.g.: N70AA
Before you burn hola to the ground here is their response. Seems to be legit too me but that's just my opinion but I don't use hola but pia.
If you're outside the UK:
Edit: for those saying it doesn't work... I've been using hola to watch Top Gear every week (well, until 2 weeks ago) for at least a couple seasons. If it doesn't work, refresh the page. If that doesn't work, tap the icon. It'll ask if it worked. Click no, and it'll refresh for you. If that doesn't work, just google it.
Looks like they updated their website to now say:
> Hola is a peer to peer network that provides everyone on the planet with freedom to access all of the Web! It works through the community of its users - Hola users help you to access the web, and you help them in return when your computer is not in use (see FAQ).
But if we go back 3 days, it wasn't there. http://web.archive.org/web/20150528175041/http://hola.org/
Use Hola. It's a simple browser extension that allows you to bypass the geographic restrictions of any website. You just install the extension, select "UK", and your browser traffic will be redirected through a server in the United Kingdom, allowing you to access the BBC iPlayer website.
...Which is exactly why it's blocked for us. They're expecting us to pay to watch it through regular channels. If you have Firefox installed, you can install the Hola! extension and configure your browser to appear like it's running from another country. You can also use a VPN.
Its all in their Terms.
>Automatic Uploading, Routing and Caching
>The Services improve your use of the Internet, among other means by enabling your device to load portions of data from other Hola users and by re-routing some of your requests through other Hola users or Hola resources (the "Value Exchange"). Your use of the Services will in turn enable other users to access portions of data from your device and to be re-routed through your device, thereby improving the Internet for other Hola users. By using the Services you consent to the use of your device in the described manner and agree that other Hola users may use your network connection and resources in return for your potential use of other users' resources for your own use. Note that Hola will make its best effort not to enable any use of your device's resources unless your resources are idle at that time, and to maintain the highest levels of privacy and security. Hola will also cache information you have accessed on your hard drive for future use. If you purchased a Premium account, portions of this section may not be applicable to you.
"How to buy" tutorial for potential buyers outside of Brazil:
EDIT: ~~Please do these steps in the specified order. Otherwise you risk compromising your login data, especially Paypal.~~ May not be true according to some users, but since it doesn't hurt I'm keeping the steps as they are for now.
A streetfire link will probably be posted sometime in the next couple days. ~~You can use Hola~~ Use a VPN to unblock the BBC iplayer and watch it on there. I always use torrents though.
Sorry for title fuck up guys, pls forgive me.
Welcome to the latest Monstercat release on Spotify!
Don’t worry if the track isn’t playing for you, it just means it isn’t available in your country yet.
Follow these steps to get it working:
Found a video, he's called Ahmed Bharoocha.
I'm afraid the link is on Comedy Central, sorry to anyone outside the US.
LOL! They can't stop people circumventing Netflix geo restrictions, they can't stop people searching for Torrents, they can't stop drugs, mobile phones and knives being smuggled in to prisons ...
Which world do these people live in?
Det er fristende at henvise til f.eks. Hola Unblocker, som ved tryk på en knap kan fjerne blokeringerne. Gratis.
Men det ville være forkert af mig.
Jeg får snart taget mit internetkørekort af staten.
HD | Benfica vs Porto
| Portuguese Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | Benfica TV | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
Edit 2: Why'd you downvote? At least tell me why
You may need to use a VPN if you don't live in France as others have said it worked for them without a VPN
Steps to get it with a VPN:
Get a VPN, the one I used was Hola here is a link to it on the Google Chrome Store (the one I used)
When it's installed go to the Origin on the house page in your own country. So for US I went to US Origin page
After you get to the on-the-house page you click the Hola button so for Chrome it's the little fire icon with a face. You click it and then it says "Select a Country" so you hit the "more" button and pick France. It should reload the page and bring you back to it with the France version. If it brings you to the homepage you just have to direct back to the on the house page.
Now that you are on the on-the-house page and it is the French version you click the "download now" button (it should show up when you hover over the picture) and a pop up should come up and say "Launch Origin" (or Download Origin if you don't already have it) click the Launch button.
Finally after clicking Launch it should open Origin and after agreeing to the license show up in your library as new and automatically install.
Hope this helped, and enjoy your game! :)
Using FireFox or Chrome, you could always try using a free VPN extension like Hola! It's free, and easy to use. I used it to watch the CBC and BBC airings of the Winter Olympics.
Though, I can understand people not wanting to go through that much trouble just to watch one show.
>In return for some of the premium features of ‘Battery Aid 2 ’, and ‘Battery Aid - Saver & Manager’, while device is idle and charging, you may choose to be a peer on the Luminati network.
This sounds like fun!!
How come you quote another EULA as yours?
Also, are you buying Play Store reviews because looking through them, I suspect so?
Why make it so complicated?
>How can I use Hola for my business?
Hola and Hola premium are for private, non-commercial use. For a commercial license to Hola please see our Luminati service.
I don't see why this is a huge surprise for people.
Go to the main hola.org page and scroll down to the second section, where in large letters it says:
Opt out of the community
If you want to enjoy the power of the network without contributing your resources, you can purchase a premium subscription. We recommend the free version, and take care to only use your resources when you don't need them.
That sounds like something that would have come up more than once. Let's see if the FAQ has anything about it:
Hola is the first community powered (Peer-to-Peer) VPN, where users help other users to make the web world-wide again. This means that Hola routes your traffic through other nodes (peers) in the Hola network...
Later in the FAQ they talk about and link to their Luminati service as well. Which right on the front page of that tells you that it's the "commercial brand of our consumer Peer to Peer VPN network."
It's not a secret. It's not something they are trying to hide.
They straight out tell you that they will use your connection to host people's traffic that want to access something from your area.
Smuggled films/shows actually have been a pretty big driving force in getting North Koreans knowledgeable of reality outside of the country. Maybe to us first-worlders, we'd think that if we were in their shoes, we'd want something "more useful/informative".... But foreign films and shows are what they like and want, and it's working.
But if you don't like that idea, know that people also smuggle radios, laptops, dvd players, etc.. into the country, and there are multiple broadcast programs specifically to inform North Koreans about the outside world. And there is a South Korean TV show "Now on My Way to Meet You" that features North Korean refugees showcasing their improved lives and sharing their stories of escape, another show that also gets smuggled in.
If you have access to PBS and want to know a little more about this in North Korea, watch this: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/secret-state-of-north-korea/ , and for those without access to PBS, use Hola.
HD | Fenerbahçe vs İstanbul Başakşehir
| Turkish Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | beIN Sports | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
ITV is streaming this game on their website, so you can download an extension like ZenMate or Hola (set the location to UK), then when the ITV player asks for a postal code, use SW1A 1AA.
You can watch it on BBC iPlayer by using the Hola chrome extension together with this unblocker. Alternatively, there are plenty of live streams for all snooker events here. I recommend using AdBlock with this site though.
You can watch it on ARD.de with Hola Unblocker I guess.
^another ^LPT ^with ^Hola ^some ^of ^you ^will ^probably ^like ^is ^to ^buy ^your ^EA ^FIFA ^Points ^from ^Origin ^Mexico, ^it's ^around ^40% ^off ^compared ^to ^Europe.
download hola unblocker (http://hola.org/) sign upto Netflix (1 month free trial, by the way) 8bux a month, got a bunch of shows and movies for you to catch up and isn't illegal.
Or chip in 5 bucks a month for unblock-us http://www.unblock-us.com (1 week free trail) so you can switch your netflix region to other countries and get more content that way such as switch to UK and watch BBC iplayer shows and documentries for free.
here is a youtube link, but there are country restrictions on this as well. I got it to work using the Hola addon through a US server.
It is a really good documentary but it's heavy! You might cry.
sure, this is shady, but it's not like hola is malware that nefariously makes your device part of your botnet. they explicitly address this in their faq: http://hola.org/faq#in_how_is_free
i have never used hola before, and so i was originally appalled by the 8chan post but then i read their faq. if you don't want to be part of their network then don't use hola (or used their paid service). i personally use a different (paid) vpn provider.
1080p Youtube stream
GeoBlocked for you?
Install Hola into your browser. Set it to connect through Belgium.
-Try other countries
-Try switching to another Browser and install Hola on it (Chrome <-> Firefox)
Once again, the French store has a different game: Amazing Adventures The Caribbean Secret™
Try Hola(.org) if you are automatically redirected.
Yes, available in English too !
Edit: .org, thanks /u/HowieGaming
So HD Ragecenter feeds are broken and the Blabseal feed is packed to all hell...
So... anyone needing a feed, I'm watching the Canadian feeds even though I'm currently in Long Beach, CA.
I'm using Hola to make my IP Canadian. I don't know if the feed works without making my IP Canadian, but I'm watching the game right now, so yeah... I don't care. :)
Hope this is a helper.
German stream with german commentary if you have a german IP address. Something like http://hola.org/ might work ;)
Everyone who reads the page before installing the addon knows this.
Its specifically stated on their site multiple times e.g.
"Hola's P2P network makes the typically expensive task of delivering video now absolutely free, since the network of viewers is now the network of CDN servers."
Nothing to be surprised about, what did you think - everything in this world is free ?
Got it. Thanks :D
Here's a tip: Download Hola Unblocker, go to the Origin store and then select France on "Select A Country" tab of Hola. You'll get the game without any problems.
Top Gear is Simulcasting to every single country this time around. So if you have BBC America then you can watch it sometime around... 4 in the afternoon? Or you can download Hola and just access them thru BBC iPlayer
You might want to get the 'Hola Unblocker' extension for Chrome. You can then pick any country you want and get access to shows not available in Belgium. If you sign up for an account (free) you can refer a friend and you both get 1 month free of the premium version. Premium version also provides a true VPN for android/apple so you can use the Netflix app and still view a different country's content. Use my referral link if you want a free month and don't have someone to invite
click here for the referral Link
HD | Portimonense vs Sporting CP
| Portuguese Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | Sport TV1 | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
Just use Hola to watch Netflix from outside your country. ~~Japan Netflix has amazing Anime~~(apparently Japan Netflix was never a thing & I was viewing Netflix from who knows where...) while UK Netflix will sometimes have movies like Raid 2 (which it does).
If you can't find a movie on Netflix, LetMeWatchThis.ch is a good movie streaming site if you don't want to download the movies or TV shows.
If it's not internationally released just use Hola unblocker. So far all of the Community-related videos I've seen on Yahoo have been accessible in Ghana. I'm taking that, and the fact that they've said nothing about international fans having to wait, as a sign that it'll be available worldwide on March 17, probably very early on the morning of March 18 for us.
I will wake up at 3 am if need be, and I'll use hola unblocker and all of my data plan for the entire month if it comes to that.
You can use it, but be aware of the possible risks - the most concerning being that the free version will operate your connection as an exit for others.
Their FAQ See: Is Hola Free?
Old thread about it
I won't name any but if you want to watch any of over 500 'foreign' films - with some American/Australian in there - in a VOD service for free, go to http://www.sbs.com.au/movies/video. It's an Australian site so international viewers may need a plug-in like 'Hola'.
I'm in England, you should be able to use Hola unblocker to set your location as UK and watch on tvcatchup.com (channel 4)
Or still using Hola unblocker watch it on 4od it goes online as soon as its over.
here's how to access the CBC streams from outside of Canada:
As said in that post they only rent the network to serious enterprises, not to private individuals who might do something like that.
Yes, they do have logs that could prove it wasn't you: http://hola.org/legal_privacy
ITV is streaming this game on their website, so you can download an extension like ZenMate or Hola (set the location to UK), then when the ITV player asks for a postal code, use SW1A 1AA. WATCH IT WITH THE QUEEN!
You can't watch stuff online on nick.com when you live outside the US.
Has something to do with distribution-rights and copyright bullshit ... same thing for the BBC iwatch thingy - can't use it outside the UK
There are some workarounds - like using certain browser-plugins (Hola for example, although you may want to be careful using it) - a safer way would be using a VPN Client (there are a lot of free solutions, like open VPN - but most of the nodes have quite limited bandwith/speed so watching videos might be difficult) - I'm using PIA most of the time (I'm from Germany, I can't even watch most youtube videos) and I'm very happy with it, but it's not free.
If you are just interested in watching Netflix (U.S), Hulu, etc, try Hola Unblocker. It's free, and serves as a browser extension. The only issue with it, you have to turn it off when watching things like CBC.ca, or other Canadian content. http://hola.org/
A lot of people subscribe to the belief that "If a product is free, the product being sold is you."
And in this case, that's pretty much correct. They admit they collect all your browsing history and track the sites you visit for targeted advertising, ala Google.
It's up to you whether you care about that or not.
I remember watching the first one on Netflix. Try installing Hola. It allows you to get by stupid "this video is not available in your country" roadblocks. Just try looking for it on a few other countries' Netflix pages and it should be there.
Won't help you with Netflix as you have to pay with a US credit card but is a free VPN add-on that will let you access Hulu, BBC player, etc. and get past the "the uploader has not made this video available in your country" on YouTube. It also makes your internet run faster, not slower.
Did I mention it's free?
HD | SPAL vs Internazionale
| Italian Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | Sky Calcio | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
HD | St. Johnstone vs Celtic
| English Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | BT Sport 1 | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
HD | Bayern München vs Borussia M'gladbach
| German Audio | MISR: 2 MB/s | Sky Bundesliga HD1 | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLE VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
Not only somewhere else can use your computer to do stuff, but the company itself sold access to a huge network of computers that have been used to attack others and spread malware. And to make it even worse, any computer on the network can be taken over by them because the addon will open the door for them and let them in to do literally anything. Bad stuff all around.
TL;DR: They can turn your computer into a zombie to do anyone's criminal bidding if they want
Edit: Their CEO has a response to all this. Sounds like the cleanest way they could answer, but i still don't think i'll use the service.
To be fair, they ~~weren't~~ aren't hiding this ~~at all~~ anymore, it's in their FAQ.
For those who don't want to click the link:
> Hola built a peer to peer overlay network for HTTP, which securely routes the sites you choose through other Hola users' devices and not through expensive servers. Hola never takes up valuable resources from these users, since it only uses a user as a proxy if that users' device is completely idle (meaning device is connected to electric power (not on battery), no mouse or keyboard activity is detected, and device is connected to the local network or Wifi (not on cellular)). This makes Hola the first VPN service without underlying operational costs. Although Hola doesn't need to pay for bandwidth, we still need to pay the engineers who create, maintain and keep improving the free Hola service. Hola generates revenue by selling a commercial version of the Hola VPN service to businesses (through our Luminati brand). This is what allows us to keep Hola free for our users. Users who want to enjoy the Hola network without contributing their idle resources can do so by joining the Hola premium service for $5 per month (or $45 per year).
~~The guy who wrote this post/article/whatever is making it seem as though it were some nefarious plan, checking whois records and whatnot. When in reality they've been pretty transparent about it.~~
edit: As others have pointed out, Hola's FAQ was only recently changed - you can check the history here: archive.is of their faq.
I don't think that's off topic. If you have Netflix, you could use Hola to change your country to Italy. That way, you'll be able to watch other movies with Italian subtitles, or just Italian movies in general.
> Not available in my country
If you are watching videos in other countries (for example, when learning a language), Hola is a necessity. "Not available in your country" is a speed-bump instead of a road block.
What! (I made the video), working on fixing that... Germany and America are blocked. Can't believe Van Halen and especially "Arms of an Angel" are blocked in the US. I see dying African kids to that music on commercials everyday.
Either way, I recommend Hola for people who are tired of seeing videos blocked in your country. I haven't seen that warning in ages.
And, if you do live in Michigan or Minnesota, you can use Hola as an easy proxy to view through the MLB site. I just picked USA and it's apparently using some other city for a proxy, so the "the game will start soon" video is currently streaming for me. :D
Get hola unblocker! The downlaodable version
and the chrome extension
If you set that to Spain, you can view the whole channel.
Oh dear lord, yes. For non-US viewers, please find a method to view the geo-blocked episodes and stick to it.
These are some sites you can use. Hola doesn't work for YT so for Untucked episodes, I'll use proxysite. There are literally millions of these sites out there if people actually bother to Google them. Also, torrent links etc? Prepare to wait about 6 hours before they're uploaded. Fabutrash is back uploading all your 1080ps.
> Can't watch it in the UK because it's a UK Channel 4 program...
Hola Better Internet. Get the extension for your browser, then one click on your toolbar gets you access to any area restricted content (or any content blocked by your isp/Govt.)
You can use a proxy extension for Chrome like hola! (free), or you can use a VPN like hidemyass/ipvanish (they cost $10 a month though) in order to access the site as if you're from a different country.
Hola Better Internet. It's installable as an extension for most browsers, and allows you to simply select the country you want to imitate you're in on specific websites. If it doesn't work, you tell it "this proxy doesn't work" and you get a new one.
Most reliable proxy solution I've encountered. Oh, and it gives you the Japanese ads, of course.
> This video is not available in your country.
This FireFox addon worked for me: http://hola.org/ (choose Australian server to watch the song).
> przed nami wielkie dzieło - gmach matce Sławii wznieść
> We have a great task ahead, to raise a building in honor of our mother
"...in honor of our mother Slavia" as I would guess the word "Sławia" means the land of Slavs.
> how masculine the slavic race is
Word "mężny" means "manly" (as "brave", "courageous"), not "masculine". "Masculine" is "męski" in polish.
There is also one verse in translation missing. I will add it later.
use the hola app/extension ( http://hola.org/ ) on an android or web browser before you watch netflix and you can switch the contry to someplace that has it (as long as you are NOT paying for the dvd service you can stream from anywhere netflix is)
But they have it and more in other countries:
In case you live in a country without netflix just use hola unblocker, select whatever country's netflix you want to view, then log in. That's how I watch BBC 'early release for UK only' in the US.
If you are living anywhere in North America the game will not be shown on GameCentre because it will be shown nationally on television.
Hola unblocker works great to get around the blackout games. It is a browser add-on for Chrome and Firefox. Once you install Hola, there is a script that you can download here which makes it appear as if you are in Spain, so there are no more blackout games. This is my second season using Hola and it works like a charm.
A program/app that allows me to fool chrome/firefox/ie/... into thinking I am in whatever country I say. As I am an American living overseas I don't get much of an option to watch American shows, unless I decide to tell Netflix I'm in the States.
edit: can also be used to fool youtube for whenever I get the "this video is not available in your country" message.
Netflix and Hola! I'm going to assume you know what Netflix is, so, I'll just explain Hola! to you. Hola! is computer proxy, it allows you to change your location, you can download it here. Set your location to Mexico, selected you favorite show/movie, and set audio to Spanish. They usually don't have English subtitles, but I suggest using the Spanish subtitles. They aren't exactly what the audio is saying, instead they give a more literal translation, whick I find very helpful.
It's actually super easy
Once installed select a country that is not U.S, Canada, or the U.K (due to blackouts for the later 2). I went with Netherlands
Navigate to gamepass.nfl.com
Buy the package you want
Change hola back to USA
Stream to your hearts desire!
Hope this helps. Let me know if you have anymore questions
use the Hola Unblocker extension to make the website think you're located in the US and continue using CC to stream.
There is also a free VPN which was designed for this very purpose.
Or you can just stream/download the eps from Icefilms no matter what country you are located (depending on the file host)
> We collect the information detailed above in order to provide you with better services. Anonymous Information is collected for research and statistical purposes, for enabling us to further develop, customize and improve the Services, based on your preferences, uses and interactions with the Services, and to provide you with the most relevant additional services and offers.
> In addition, our revenue model is designed so that the Services have 3rd party services implemented inside them for providing analytical services. Your Personal Information is collected for a few purposes. First, it enables us to provide you with a better user experience and more relevant features, capabilities, offers and marketing materials. In addition, it allows us to provide you with technical assistance and support, and replying to questions and concerns received from you.
If this comes across as dickish, good. Do you really not have any capability to use Google?
Here's the link to an extension for every browser to save time for everyone else. It's not for you though. You should google it though, as a learning experience.
HD | Espanyol vs Villarreal
| Englsih Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | beIN Sports | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
HD | Leipzig vs Nürnberg
| German Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | Sky Bundesliga HD1 | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
HD | Olympique Marseille vs Caen
| French Audio | MISR: 1 MB/s | beIN Sports | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
HD | Guingamp vs Montpellier
| English Audio | MISR: 2 MB/s | beIN Sports | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLA VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
HD | Bolton Wanderers vs Blackburn Rovers
| English Audio | MISR: 2 MB/s | Sky Football | Clicks: 6 | Ads NSFW | Mobile : NO | Might require VPN is some countries, you can use HOLE VPN for FREE | Quick Live Chat Support
Get adblock or uBlock, search for peliculas latino online or series latino online. Most dubbing for latin america movies and tv shows is made in Mexico but it's a standirized spanish and not noticeble accents, they are called latino to make difference from spaniard dubbing.Enjoy your fav. shows en español!
Also torrents if you download this program http://hola.org/player you can even stream from torrents search engne https://kat.cr/usearch/latino/?field=seeders&sorder=desc or https://thepiratebay.gd/search/latino/0/7/0
So they hide you in one side and expose you on the other?
Not completely related:
I've recently got email from them about a challenge they are doing:
This one is JS, and other one I got was about plain C.
I would suggest the CW site (get Hola if you're outside the US) but unfortunately it looks like they've only got the last 5 episodes available there. You might have to resort to using slightly risque sites or torrent even, unless someone else knows where you can watch the full season that is.
You can watch the match on ITV,the only thing you will need to do is to download hola! ,it basically allows you to watch ITV if you are outside of the UK. After you've done that and you open the ITV player it will ask you for a postcode ,here is one i found : SA18 3QH
Has anyone here tried hola? It seems to work pretty well and with it being well known as a browser add on it felt rather safe.
I would recommend Hola VPN
but anyway here is a tutorial:
Go onto your computer
Go to the Store
Log in with the apple ID you use on your iPad
Find the app you want to purchase
Go onto your ipad
Go to 'Purchased' in the App Store
Find the app you purchased on your conputer.
It might prompt you to download an older version of the app. Click Ok if this happens
You now have the app you wanted :)
Fellow Canadian here. Just use hola unblocker. Then, use a fake name generator when signing up, and use paypal to pay for it. Comes to about $12.60 a month. If you have any problems, feel free to ask me.
A VPN is a software that fakes your location by pinging your signal at an american location (or any other country you choose) before sending data to the website page.
Try Hola!, very easy to use and works well with Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu etc.
Experimenta com isto; alternativamente tens sempre os sites com links pra stream p2p que são mais ou menos impossiveis de bloquear sem uma firewall "à chinesa" que felizmente ainda não temos (o rojadirecta é um bom exemplo).
Mas sinceramente se me permites o desabafo já estou a fazer contas pra aderir a uma vpn decente pra não me ter de preocupar com esta moda nova que há por cá...
Its blocked for me too but until a few months back someone was kind enough to make me aware of " Hola Unblocker " from the chrome app/extension store.
Its a free VPN proxy service which will stop that crap from happening on any website.
its website : http://hola.org/
Chrome Apps : https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/hola-better-internet/gkojfkhlekighikafcpjkiklfbnlmeio?hl=en
Hola works pretty well - just go to the address, press a button, and you're done. A lot of people use it. It's worth noting that they do grab some of your (anonymous) info to sell for marketing and stuff though.
If you haven't tried yet, use hola, it's easy to use and free but there's a catch. While it's on, people can use you as a proxy, too, so try to only have it switched on while really necessary(so in a sense it's basically a peer to peer proxy). You can read about some of the dangers/shady stuff here
That is true of the full install of Hola.
It is not true of the Hola Unblocker browser plugin (which is what /u/pluskavec linked to). The plugin is also available for Firefox.
Nota sobre Better Call Saul: Si quieren hacerle stream por Netflix, necesitan usar hola unblocker y poner UK como su pais. Los episodios no estan disponibles en el Netflix americano porque salen en la tele.
hopefully this gets sorted with next years expansion and new media rights contracts because its a f*ckin mess if you are outside of NZ/OZ/SA...but in the mean time these are 2 options i use:
1 - use hola unblocker extension in your browser then watch highlights here (hosted by SuperSport the official rights holder in SA): http://www.supersport.com/rugby/super-rugby/video
2 - https://www.facebook.com/TTRugbyVids/videos?ref=page_internal
I checked for you. There are no Trek series on UK Netflix, but there are three films: Generations, Insurrection, and First Contact.
You can use an IP blocker to access other countries' Netflixes. You just need an account in your home country. I use http://hola.org. (I checked for you from Canada.)
Yes, I can't wait! For those trying to watch outside of the UK (like myself), I recommend downloading a plugin for your browser called Hola - it's free and acts as a VPN to allow you to stream video content from different countries.
The French doesn't differ enough that we don't understand one another. Sure the slang is quite different but I doubt it was the part your learnt in school anyway. :)
I suggest you try to watch some of our TV. You can watch the national chain for free here (it's kind of Netflix-ish) : http://ici.tou.tv/
I don't know if it applies region blocking but if so, you can always bypass those with the hola browser plugin: http://hola.org/
CodersTV is just hangouts on air, you can do this without the site. I am not sure if will be any better, since hangouts is service by google. Twitch doesn't allow non-gamedev programming streams. People seem to get away with this though.
BTW, maybe you could try this? http://hola.org/