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If you’re planning a trip to China, whether short or long, you need to include buying a local SIM card in your plans. A local SIM will allow you to use your mobile device in China and, if you know the best way to use the card, keep your activity private. You’ll be able to...
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For the best in Canadian TV, it’s hard to beat CBC. From live sports to fine arts, from the suspense of the Murdoch Mysteries to the crazy antics of the Rose family trying to maintain their dignity in the village of Schitt’s Creek, the network has it all for FREE. Unfortunately, CBC streaming is geo-restricted...
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Most top-rated VPN providers claim to have a strict no-logs policy – but can you really trust them? With little to no evidence, we don’t blame you for being hesitant to take nothing but a VPN provider’s word when it comes to the security of your sensitive personal data. has always claimed to have a...
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Whether a citizen of Bahrain or simply a visiting tourist, accessing the full, uncensored internet can seem impossible. The ruling royal family has a firm hand and strict firewall of control over social media content, adult websites and even some political content it finds objectionable. If you’re planning a trip to Bahrain and you’d like...
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Listed as an ‘Enemy of the Internet’ by Reporters without Borders, Vietnam has some of the strictest internet access laws in the world. Censorship laws in Vietnam are supposed to restrict politically or religiously sensitive content, along with violent or sexually explicit material. In reality, you may face issues while accessing journalism websites, human rights...
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Netflix AU has announced its fresh new releases for the month of December! Click here to see the full list 2018 is almost over and here we find ourselves again in the last month of the year – Christmas, New Year, celebrations over celebrations. While in other parts of the world people enjoy this festive...
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Forget about using free or mediocre VPN services for Kazakhstan. You wouldn’t want to take chances with a government that blocks thousands of online sources or jails online content creators for vaguely anti-government sentiments. You need a strong VPN that prioritizes your safety and anonymity, and doesn’t store your data. Here are 5 of the...
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During my four years working at Google, I was amazed by the extent of the information the company has on its users. To create this article, I also spoke with 14 engineers currently working at Google, so you can understand what Google knows about your gender, age, and home and work addresses – not to mention...
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Although there is little government surveillance or censorship of the internet in Austria, there are still plenty of threats to your online privacy and plenty of barriers to freely accessing web content from around the world. That means there are plenty of reasons to use a VPN. Corporate geoblocks restrict your access to streaming services....
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Chromebooks are impressive machines – lightweight wonders that browse the web at superfast speeds even with dozens of tabs open. Unfortunately, the trade-offs for all that speed and convenience are significant privacy and security threats. First off, unless you’re a tech wiz who can install sneaky workarounds, you’re stuck with Chrome as your only browser...