Here’s few ways you can bypass the restrictions and access blocked sites, but please check with your local authorities before using them. We will not held any responsibility if you’ve breach the regulations of any.
Sometimes converting the domain you’re trying to access to a short URL might work. More than likely the short URL service will not banned or blocked from your network and you’ll have no problems accessing it. However, if the short URL redirects back to the domain you’re trying to access, then you still won’t be able to access it.
Most search engines have a cached version of a web page. These are stored versions from the past. What Google does is take a snapshot of each web page and then stores it as a backup. It won’t be the most recent version, but it should be good enough until you can access the actual page later from your own personal computer.
You can access a cached version by clicking on the “cached” link from search results, or using the Google cache search operator (cache:www.domain.com) – where domain.com is the actual blocked domain that you want to access.
Translation services allow you to translate a web page from one language to another, but where the catch comes in is that the translated page is displayed on their own server. You can re-translate any page, even if you don’t need to. You just want the services to fetch the content and display it as a page on their own domain. The downside is that it may not work for all websites and it sometimes strips all of the styling from the page that it translates.
Examples: Google Translate, Yahoo! Babel Fish, SDL Free Translation, Tolingo.
Subscribe to RSS Feed
Most websites now support RSS feeds, which is great because you can subscribe to them in a feed reader or by email. This comes in handy because you don’t have to access the actual website in order to view the content (updates, new articles, etc.) There are even some social networks that now support RSS feeds, so you can subscribe to updates from your friends and view them within your reader or by email.
Examples: Google Reader, Feedingo, Bloglines, NewsBlur, FeedMyInbox, FeedBlitz.
Google Mobile Version
This is the most successful way to access blocked sites.Just login into “webarchive.org”.Here write http://websitename.com.It will direct you to a calender like format and select the latest date.The dates are encircled with blue color.