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From The Hill: Congress gets a lesson on the importance of privacy

Golden Frog’s president, Sunday Yokubaitis, examines the recent ISP privacy regulations blocked by Congress and the President. He advocates for looking to the fight ahead, and renewing the push for open Internet. Read the full article: Congress gets a lesson on the importance of privacy

Four things the FCC & FTC got wrong in their Washington Post Op-ed

In case you missed it, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and FTC Chairman Maureen Ohlhausen co-authored a piece justifying their effort to eliminate consumer privacy online, and offered an explanation as to why this action is for the greater good. While it is comforting…

Spread the Word About ISP Snooping, Win a VyprVPN Account

President Trump just signed a bill to block the FCC’s online privacy regulations – meaning your ISP can continue to snoop, sell and share your personal information as you browse online. Luckily, there are things you can do to protect your Internet privacy. We…

protect all your apps with connection per app

VyprVPN Feature Highlight: Connection Per App

Are Your Apps Secure? Mobile devices have become ubiquitous in today’s society, and many people rely on apps in their daily life. The average person even uses about 27 different apps on their mobile device! With so many applications connecting to the Internet,…

Trump Signs Bill, Kills ISP Privacy Regulations Once and For All

It’s official. Yesterday afternoon United States President Donald Trump signed a bill into law (S.J 34/H.J. 86), repealing FCC online privacy protections for consumers browsing online. As expected Trump signed the bill, officially killing regulations previously created by the FCC just weeks before…

Senate and House Block FCC's Privacy Regulations for ISPs

Congress Kills ISP Privacy Regulations – It’s Time for Open Access

There’s been a lot of buzz about last week’s Senate vote to block FCC regulations that protect consumer privacy regarding broadband Internet access – and the House just voted to block the rules as well. The vote will have implications for both consumer privacy…

VyprVPN Connect on Untrusted Wi-Fi

VyprVPN Feature Highlight: Connect on Untrusted Wi-Fi

Is Your Connection Secure? Public Wi-Fi networks are not hard to find – they exist in prominent locations such as coffee shops, bars, airports and hotels. There are actually over 100,000 unsecured public Wi-Fi hotspots around the world, with reports that 1 in 4…

Senate votes down FCC privacy regulations

Congress Votes to Block Privacy Rules for ISPs: How To Protect Your Internet Data and Personal Information

Updated – March 28, 2017: The House of Representatives also voted to block the FCC privacy regulations, and the bill will now move on to the President for signature. Original Post: Last week, the Senate voted to block FCC regulations that would have prohibited broadband…

Senate Votes to Block FCC’s Broadband Privacy Rules

This afternoon, the United States senate voted 50-48 to kill regulations for broadband providers which were aimed at protecting consumer privacy. Initially passed in 2015, these FCC regulations were set to go into effect in early March. The FCC voted to stay the…

Golden Frog panel on online privacy SXSW 2017

How To Stay Private Online: Takeaways from our SXSW 2017 Panel

SXSW 2017 wrapped up this weekend, so we wanted to take a look back at the presentation our VP of Sales and Director of Marketing, Liz Kintzele, gave during the event. The panel, “You Are Not Anonymous. The Myth of Online Privacy,” explored common…