If it remains debatable whether the Internet has surpassed print media in making information accessible to the public, then it must nevertheless be conceded that the Internet makes the manipulation and censorship of information easier than had been on the printed page. In coming years and in an increasing number of countries, everyday producers and consumers of online information will likely have to cultivate a sense of censorship. It behooves the online community to learn how to detect and evade interference by governments, regimes, corporations, con-artists, and vandals. The contribution of this research is to describe a method and platform to study Internet censorship detection and evasion. This paper presents the concepts, initial theories, and future work.