Our YouTube Proxy Is Now Live

July 11, 2021

We love privacy. So much in fact, we’re building a business around it. But did you know that we also sponsor and promote the use of many free and publicly available projects that help protect your online privacy?

It’s no secret that Google, and therefore YouTube, is privacy nightmare. But in this modern age of internet, can you even watch YouTube videos privately, and without feeding information to Google? Can you watch a YouTube video without being fed irrelevant advertisements? Can you access YouTube’s content from anonymity networks such as Tor and I2P? You absolutely can!

We operate a public Invidious Instance in our Luxembourg location. Invidious is an opensource and actively developed and updated privacy front-end for YouTube.

You can view our Invidious install using the following URLs:

The main benefits of using our Invidious instance is that, by default, all videos are proxied through our network so that your requests for YouTube content is made to us, we make the request to YouTube, YouTube feeds it to us and we pass it on to you. Nowhere in this process do you and YouTube ever make a direct connection. (Useful for accessing YouTube on networks where it’s blocked).

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