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FrootVPN expands to 14 new countries

FrootVPN has announced a massive expansion of new servers in 14 different locations. The new locations are in Russia, Hong Kong, Israel, Isle of Man, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland, Poland, Japan, Australia, Singapore, South Korea, Brazil, and Mexico. All servers are released and available to it’s subscribers on the time of writing. This makes FrootVPN’s total […]

Here’s Why You Should Always Read the Privacy Policy Before Choosing a VPN

People choose to use VPNs for a wide range of reasons, from expats who want to access their home country content – newspapers, media streaming sites, online radio – while living in another country, to people who live under authoritarian regimes and want to use restricted social networks, or access blocked news websites. Regardless of […]

Best Christmas Family Movies on Netflix this December

The Christmas holidays are finally here and for many it’s the seasons to spend time with people that are very dear to us. One of the best ways to bond with the family this holiday season is by watching a Christmas-themed movie together. Christmas and family movies are not just entertaining but they also leave […]

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How to Watch the US Grand Prix 2015 Online

There are still four races left in the Formula One 2015 season but it looks like Lewis Hamilton is already set to win this year’s title. Lewis Hamilton is currently the scoreboard leader after taking his ninth win in the Russian Grand Prix. If he wins the upcoming US race, he could already clinch the […]

With Data Retention Laws, Will Australians look to VPNs?

This week Australia officially enacted its controversial new data retention law where mass swathes of metadata are required to be stored by telecoms for up to two years. Australian authorities said the measures were necessary for law enforcement but the move has outraged civil liberties groups as authorities will have greater ease of access to […]

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Netflix Reveals Australia & NZ Pricing Following Catalog Leak

Netflix has finally confirmed the pricing for its Australia and New Zealand services, which will be launching tomorrow, while the catalog of content has leaked online. Australia’s Netflix will cost $8.99AUS a month while New Zealand’s will cost $9.99NZ a month. Check out the links on each fee for more details on the prices for […]

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Netflix CEO Not Worried About VPN Users in Australia

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings says he is not concerned about the about the number of VPN users in Australia accessing the US catalog and is confident that users will switch to the Aussie version when it launches next week. “People use VPN because they want the content,” Hastings told Australia’s Financial Review. “They’re paying for […]

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4 Benefits of Using a VPN Service While Traveling Abroad

This is a guest post from SwitchVPN Staying connected to the world while you’re away on business is an important way to keep everything running smoothly at the office, as well as help keep you sane during those extended periods abroad. Besides a great Wi-Fi connection, there are plenty of tools at the traveling businessperson’s […]

SaferVPN Adds 3 New VPN Server Locations

SaferVPN has expanded its VPN network to India, Norway and Russia. Now Norwegian, Indian and Russian users can unblock any geographic restrictions imposed by most streaming channels wherever they are in the world. This expansion means that the VPN provider’s server locations now totals to 23 countries. Aside from Norway, India and Russia, SaferVPN also […]

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UK Minister Wants to Pull Down Geo Blocks on Netflix in the EU

Vince Cable, the UK’s Business Secretary, has backed calls for a single European digital market, which would mean removing geo blocks on Netflix content across Europe. In a statement, Cable says that all people in the EU should be able to purchase European goods and services online “without unfair discrimination”. This extends to streaming services, […]

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Best Vietnam VPN

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”. Content like political criticisms, both from local and overseas, is blocked in Vietnam. Blocked content is usually written in the […]