This is not the first time that the French have used Twitter to circumvent French media laws.
Mainstream media like Hurriyet published tips of how to circumvent the restriction.
And we're clever, which means we're good at circumventing rules, especially if the rules are easy to circumvent in the fist place.
Actually, the guessing game is over; the weddings have begun, as have weird attempts to circumvent our constitutional democracy.
Obama's two top new legal men must end the Bush legacy of an administration that feels free to circumvent the law when it pleases.
But the watchful Nephele contrived to circumvent her cruel designs, and succeeded in getting the children out of the palace.
Then he set about seeing what he could do to circumvent her.
Nature is strong, and she manages to circumvent, to a certain extent, the obstructive devices of man.
He had a faith in prayer that no mere reasoning could obstruct or circumvent.
Perhaps because it was deemed the hardest to circumvent, the use of conjuration against the life of the queen was most feared.
mid-15c., "to surround by hostile stratagem," from Latin circumventus, past participle of circumvenire "to get around, be around, encircle, surround," in figurative sense "to oppress, assail, cheat," from circum "around" (see circum-) + venire "to come" (see venue). Meaning "to go round" is from 1840. Related: Circumvented; circumventing.