A Virtual Private Network (VPN), is one of the smartest investments you can make to improve your Internet security. Beyond Internet security, using a VPN has tons of advantages that will address users’ privacy and accessibility concerns. To make sure you can reap the many benefits of a VPN service, you have to invest in Read More
VPN for school is recommended to secure your online activities. A VPN can also help in those situations where certain websites are limited or restricted. Aside from countries where strict regulations of the Internet are imposed, some schools also restrict access to the Internet to anyone within campus premises, that is, on their WiFi network.
Hong Kong has been in the headlines in 2014 due to the pro-democracy protesters taking to the streets to voice their desire for a democratic reform. Unfortunately, the loud protest and hunger strikes seems to have fallen on deaf ears.
According to the OpenNet Initiative, Internet censorship in Vietnam is classified as pervasive in the areas of politics, social and national security. On the other hand, Reporters without Borders considers Vietnam as an “internet enemy”.
When the Internet was in its nascent stage, user privacy was not a big issue. Privacy in those days meant being online when there was nobody else in the room. However, now the situation is entirely different, with most websites using cookies to collect personally identifiable information from you. While they claim that this will Read More
VPNs are services that offer privacy and anonymity to users worldwide, which is a little ironic when some VPN companies are collecting various types of information and data from users even though they claim to have a ‘zero-logging policy’.
The oil-rich nation of the United Arab Emirates is not only ideal for investment ventures, but it is also a luxurious tourist destination with marvelous attractions.
The year 2014 witnessed several cases of hacking and security breaching. From malware attacks on Yahoo and Apple to online attack on thousands of stores, 2014 was an eventful year that saw many cyber hits.
The UK is where many geo-restricted websites or content are based. For example, BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Netflix UK are only available to users in UK. Users elsewhere that attempt to access these sites can’t, not without a VPN of course.