Much has been made of Netflix’s worldwide expansion and what it will mean for VPN providers but this week the streaming has made its intentions clear that it will take a more proactive stance against VPNs and proxies.
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.
Netflix announced today at CES in Las Vegas that it has launched its service in 130 countries, nearly the whole world, with the exception of China. In its first couple of years Netflix was limited to a number of regions but in recent years we have seen that number of services grow rapidly. Now the Read More
At the recent Democratic debates, front-runner Hillary Clinton was quoted as saying that in order to combat the growing threat of ISIS, the government would need to work with technology partners to begin dismantling “encrypted communication that no law enforcement agency can break into”.
China is continuing its tirade against VPN users by cutting off mobile phone networks in the region of Xinjiang. The New York Times reports that police services have been growing more agitated with the use of foreign messaging services since the Paris attacks on November 13 and have been trying to crack down on people Read More
Following concerns in late August over VPN blockages in China, a VPN service provider is reporting “increased censorship” in the country.
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VPN services in China are being disrupted ahead of a ceremony in Beijing next week to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second World War.
VPN Unlimited has announced a series of updates to its VPN service including a new user interface and the addition of OpenSSL to every platform.
China Telecom customers in Shanghai are experiencing several issues in accessing foreign websites, which the telco says is due to a lack of bandwidth. The Shanghai Telecom brand said that the blocks are not “politically sensitive” or imposed by China’s Great Firewall, which censors a vast array of western sites.