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Asna has years of experience writing about digital technology. She enjoys creating well-researched, informative content on cybersecurity and online privacy.
When visiting Peru, you'll be restricted to the country's content and online services — your Netflix and BBC iPlayer accounts will likely be blocked. Similarly, if you live in Peru and go on vacation, you won't have access to your local e-banking services or TV channels. Using one of the best VPNs for Peru can help you access the content you nee...
While Armenia is free from government censorship, the country’s digital privacy and access to unbiased information remain problematic. Finding the best VPN for Armenia to protect your data and bypass geo-restrictions without compromising speed is difficult. When traveling to Amenia, you’ll want a VPN with a worldwide server network to access pop...
The internet in Iraq is not free, with heavy censorship and government surveillance limiting access to content. More troubling is the new Iraqi cybercrime bill possibly coming into law. The proposed bill's vagueness regarding crimes of publication (either positive or negative) can be used to stifle freedom of expression. If a person is found gui...