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What Are Some of the Best Things You Can Do with a VPN?

In today’s context, Virtual Private Networks have turned into an essential gadget for accessing the internet or seamlessly streaming online content using your PC or laptop. If you have regular internet connectivity in your home or office, the service provider has installed a Wi-Fi modem through which you... Read More »
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FCC Plans to End Net Neutrality Rules

Head U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairperson Ajit Pai has just unveiled plans to repeal the landmark net neutrality regulations implemented in 2015 to protect consumer rights to information. The FCC’s net neutrality regulations were set forth during the Obama administration and prohibited Internet Service Providers (ISPs) from... Read More »

VPN Usage is Increasing, Study Shows

According to a recent survey, the use of VPN services in the United States and the United Kingdom has skyrocketed. The numbers show that VPN services have indeed become a mainstream product in today’s times. The survey was performed by Wombat Security to figure out if the recent... Read More »

Internet Censorship Increases in Venezuela

Absolute power in the hands of one individual can have devastating effects for any institution or organization. When a whole country is run on the whims and fancies of one autocratic leader and bureaucracy, military and other law enforcing agencies simply follow orders—a process that is bound to... Read More »

Russia Trying to Copy China’s Model of Internet Censorship

Russia is on the path of emulating China’s model of internet censorship. Last year, Chinese and Russian censors met at the International Safe Internet Forum held in April in Moscow in order to exchange ideas for controlling the citizens’ access to Internet in their countries. Konstantin Malofeev, an... Read More »

More Websites are Now Switching to HTTPS

A new milestone in internet history was reached in February, as half of the internet traffic is now encrypted using HTTPS. This is according to a recent report by Mozilla, the developers of the Firefox web browser, which shows that the average volume of unencrypted web traffic is... Read More »

Australia’s Metadata Retention Scheme

It is recently reported that Australia has found a way to legally monitor its citizens’ internet and mobile phone usage with their new metadata laws that will come into effect in 2017. The law allows law enforcement and security officials to monitor communications on most internet sites and... Read More »

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