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edx lecture is not available in pakistan bcozz youtube is blocked here what should be other way to watch lecture

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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You can change your computer's proxy to that of America or some other country where Youtube is not blocked. Try How to Apply If you are using Google Chrome, Click on Settings, then go to 'show aadvanced settings' Scroll down until you find the the section with the word 'Network' click on the link that says change proxy settings. Edit the ip address and port number and insert that of the preferred country and you are good to go. If you use Mozilla or some other browser, you can still follow this process since its similar
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