Freegate is a proxy software for Windows that can also run under WINE on Linux or MacOS.
Freegate is made by Dynamic Internet Technology, who I read about on FoxNews. They also run web proxies like dongtaiwang.com.
These guys "get" proxy marketing in a way that most of us here are just failing to understand it. These guys are paid by Voice of America (VoA), Radio Free America (RFA), Human Rights in China (HRIC), and the EpochTimes.
I think the lesson here is that proxy owners should get political and promote themselves as defenders of free speech and enemies of censorship. Long term, I believe that is a far more effective message than "Get on MySpace from school."
The U.S. Senate directed the State Department to spend $30M in taxpayer dollars this year to "support digital tools for undermining Internet censorship." Those dollars (if they are approved in the final budget) will go to someone with political connections in the Obama administration -- not to schmucks like you and I.
The U.S. government is drawing power into itself like a black hole sucking in small planets. Playing this game the right way will make proxy owners look like good guys, working to fight censorship and defend free speech in other countries. Playing this game the wrong way will make proxy owners look like bad guys, helping pedophiles and other undesirables to avoid getting caught. If we market ourselves as bad guys, the government will eventually come down on us. If we market ourselves as good guys, they might even give us some taxpayer dollars to waste.