It is officially summertime across the northern hemisphere. Now is a good time to kick back and enjoy some relaxing time, watch European Football Championship and drink a cold beer or Aperol Spritz, if you are feeling fancy.
Speed is a huge determining factor for many users when looking for a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Browsing reviews will give you an idea of what to expect but it’s difficult to compare multiple providers at once.
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.
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
Only a few years ago, the average user did not pay much attention to their online security. Phenomenon like browser cookies tracking user’s whereabouts or social media websites scooping up troves of personal data for targeted ads did not get much attention. Never mind worrying about mass Internet surveillance. But since the Edward Snowden leaks Read More
A lot of internet users still don’t understand and appreciate the importance of using a VPN. There are tons of reasons why people should be connected to a VPN service. Ideally, you need to be connected to a professional or premium VPN service to be able to maximize the many features and advantages that comes Read More
Privacy activist Max Schrems is taking a case against Facebook to the European Court of Justice today to prevent US government agencies accessing user data.
Over a billion people were affected by data breaches in 2014, an all-time high, according to a blog post from IBM’s X-Force threat detection network. “If the year 2014 felt to you like a never-ending roller coaster ride of thrills and excitement within the world of internet security, you wouldn’t be the only one,” wrote Read More
HideMyAss is one of the biggest VPN providers on the market with a wide reaching network of servers globally. Like most VPN companies, it has a strong stance on privacy so we spoke with the company’s COO Danvers Baillieu to find out more about HideMyAss’ logging policies, protecting its servers and how it reacts to Read More
VPN use in Australia has been growing since the government and ISPs began taking new measures to counter piracy, according to new figures.