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.
Following the passing of Bill C-11 in Canada, which forces ISPs to send notices to pirates, many VPN companies were unsure if the law in fact pertains to them but some have stated that if so, they will remove their servers from the country.
According to a new law, Canadian ISPs are now required to send copyright infringement statements to their subscribers. The new law also creates troubles for VPN providers as they may now be required to log their customers’ data for a minimum of six months.
More than 80 percent of ‘dark net’ traffic is to sites hosting child-abuse content, according to a University of Portsmouth study of Tor ‘hidden services’ websites but some researchers have pointed out possible skewed results in the findings.
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 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.
Whether it’s grabbing digital content for free or taking a stand against corporations that make huge profits, copyright piracy remains one of the most popular online phenomena of all time. Although online piracy can lead to prison terms in some cases, file sharing through torrents isn’t slowing down.
The underground markets are selling a new type of PoS malware called LusyPoS, much like the malware behind some of the last year’s worst breaches, and is available for $2,000 and open for anyone to buy.
The Swiss constitution guarantees freedom of speech. Under Switzerland’s federal law, publishing ‘leaked official discussions’ is a crime. In 2012, the government investigated several cases that involved secrecy violations by the press. However, nobody was punished for such actions. Downloading the pirated versions of music, videos, games, and movies for personal use is not a Read More