It’s not just regular TV show binge watchers that are worried about Netflix banning VPNs. US military servicemembers stationed overseas may not able to access the streaming service.
VPN users have been experiencing issues while playing the online MMO game Blade & Soul with some accounts even being banned. According to a report from Game Revolution, “more than a hundred players” have been permanently banned by the game’s makers NCSOFT. However in the last day or so that number has been closer to Read More
Just a few days after launching in the country, Indonesia is possibly making moves to ban Netflix. Lembaga Sensor Film (LSF), or Indonesian Censorship Agency, has expressed its concern over the streaming giant’s catalog of films.
Just as VPN Creative went to press the other day with a story on how suppressive and undemocratic regimes aspires to control and limit access to information and social media, reports of a new ban on Twitter in Turkey broke out.
Despite geo-blocks, a significant number of Internet users are aware of how to access restricted content through VPNs, according to new research from Global Web Index.
Last week an executive from Canadian cable provider and ISP Rogers suggested the banning of VPNs at an industry conference in Toronto, which the ISP has since denied.
Russia is reportedly working on means to block or circumvent access to virtual private networks (VPN) and the Tor network.
Well-known torrent site Kick Ass Torrents is temporarily offline after its domain was seized but the owners say they will be moving back to an old domain name shortly.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has come under fire for promising to ban encrypted and ephemeral messaging apps if he is re-elected later this year. His comments came just a few days after the Paris terrorist attacks.
Iran is all set to expand its ‘smart filtering’ of the Internet. The country appears to be no longer interested in imposing a blanket ban on websites and will instead attempt to filter out the ‘harmful’ content.