Bypass MDA blockages

And bring porn back


Bypass internet filters and regain immediate access to all blocked sites now

I built this Chrome extension to bypass filters for websites that are blocked by MDA. To resume surfing of the blocked sites, simply install the GOM Chrome extension, and then log in with your GOM account.


What you need

  • A Google Chrome Browser

Install it

  1. Install GOM Chrome Extension
  2. Type chrome://extensions on Chrome to see the list of Chrome Extensions that you have
  3. Find the extension named "Go away MDA"
  4. Enable Incognito Mode for the extension (People always forget this step)
  5. Click Options for the Go away MDA extension
  6. Click Login
  7. Upgrade for super-fast speeds
  8. Enjoy your internet freedom!

Register an account

  • Open your favourite blocked site (Hopefully something awesome that MDA banned)
  • Wait for the MDA error to show, the extension relies on this. Sometimes this can be slow, if it doesn't show, refresh.
  • Once it shows, you should see a notification, and the webpage should automatically refresh.
  • If it doesn't show, please make sure you have enabled it for Incognito Mode.
  • (OR) You can activate GOM mode by clicking on the GOM icon on the right of your address bar:

  • Enjoy your internet freedom.
  • And yes, this process is SEAMLESS. You don't need to do anything more.

(Doesn't work?) Ensure that you don't have a conflicting chrome extension that messes with your browser's proxy settings. To test this, disable all extensions except GOM and try again.
What is "Go away MDA"?

"Go away MDA", or GOM, is a chrome extension automates a private and smart proxy service to re-enable access to your favourite blocked sites in Singapore.

Is it legal?

GOM is essentially a smart proxy service. And I don't think that makes it illegal. Numerous journalists have already approached me and told me that MDA has said there is nothing criminal about this as well. So yes, just stream, and don't download. And you should be safe.

Are you harvesting info?

No, no logs are stored.

Can you trace who I am?

No, I can't even do that. Other from your IP address, which isn't logged as well. But how can you know for sure? See my answer to the last question.

Is it safe?

It is even safer than you using any unknown Hotspot Shield, or surfing websites through the Singtel proxy (which you already am and needs no setting up in case you don't know, thats how they block you from the websites). In fact, it is even FASTER. Because the server uses better international routing than your homeline internet. And most of the blocked websites are international.

Why do you need the permission to "access data on all websites?"

Because blocked sites lie on arbitrary urls! And I don't have, nor will I ever can have, an exhuastive list of MDA banned sites. What I can do is to merely detect whether the website returns you an error message saying MDA blocked it. (This is when the extension kicks in). I think I have an at most 10line code that checks for this. I welcome you to check the code for this.

Why do you need the permission to "access tabs and browsing activity?"

Because I apply a private proxy (not public, so even safer) to your browser temporarily for you to be able to view the banned website. But because it is private, it needs to enter the username and password to the proxy. Which I don't want you to manually enter, so I hijack the process and manually enter it for you. So thats why I need this permission so I can make it seamless for you. I promise I do nothing more than that.

What is your intention for making this?

3 reasons. One, It was a CNY project as I was learning Twitter bootstrap. Two, I enjoy my internet freedom, and urge all of you to never give that up, let alone to any government agencies. Three, I did have some blind hopes for it going viral.

Who are you?

A recent Computer Science graduate. You can talk to me at

If this extension violates any law in Singapore, please send me an email at and I will be more than willing to comply. This is afterall, a Chinese New Year side project.