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The Great Firewall of China is aptly named after the strict online censorship in the country. It doesn’t just block websites and online apps but also the use of VPNs. There are very few VPNs that can unblock the censored content in China. If you’re planning to visit China, you should know that you won’t...
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There are plenty of advantages to running a VPN-enabled router. Whether it’s extra protection for all of your devices or unblocking content for the whole house, the VPN/router combo is both an effective and efficient solution for guaranteed privacy and unrestricted access. Setting up a VPN on your router can be quite the challenge. However,...
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We presented a host of survey findings regarding vital internet trends in a previous article. We hope you found it useful! Yet at our core, we want our readers up-to-date on the latest information regarding vpn use and data security. So, this article assimilates many of the most up-to-date survey findings involving these topics and more....
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Alright, so you want to hook up your Apple TV box with a VPN. And why wouldn’t you — if you lead a busy life around the world (or you simply don’t like geoblocks), there is no better way to consistently get the most out of your streaming services. With that said, getting Apple TV...
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There’s no Google in China The reflex you likely have when you search for any information during your trip in China is to use the Google search engine. But google.com is blocked in China, as well as google.cn, which redirects you to google.com.hk. If you want to use an English-language-only search engine that works in...
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Do you need a VPN? The answer is undeniably in the affirmative. Why? Because there are governmental and commercial institutions around the world who are all interested in your data for one reason or another. Without getting too paranoid, note that you can monitor what your computer is connecting to with very basic software. The...
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Taking technology for granted has its implications, especially when it means you are sacrificing your privacy in return. Surprisingly, it is not just the NSA, but governments from around the world are working tirelessly to introduce legislations giving them access to monitor, store and review every phone call, message and email. This is quite alarming...