Last week Netflix announced it would be taking a more hard-line approach against VPN users that are accessing geo-restricted libraries. Since then the move has come under criticism.
Last week we reported that a number of VPN users were experiencing issues with accessing the BBC iPlayer. Since then, BolehVPN, one of the providers affected, has added a new server to try and overcome the issue.
VPN users are reporting issues with accessing the BBC iPlayer, according to Malaysian provider BolehVPN. The VPN provider claims that the BBC has been blocking large numbers of IP addresses associated with VPN services.
There’s a cliché in the world of online services: if it’s free, you are the product. As overused as the phrase is, it hasn’t lost any of its truth. Websites and free software rely on tracking users and their habits in order to monetize their business. There are obvious examples like the targeted ads you Read More
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Last week we looked at a number of VPN providers that publish warrant canaries to see just how legally binding they are (or are not).
Recently BolehVPN announced that it would be joining a growing list of VPN providers that publish a warrant canary, an official statement signed by the company that states it has not received any warrant or demands from authorities yet.
BolehVPN has introduced a warrant canary system to post monthly messages that are cryptographically signed, stating that the company has not received any warrants from authorities. BolehVPN says it is bringing in the warrant canary on foot of recent comments from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) that recommend it.
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 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”.