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Homeland Security Asked; “No-Logs” IPVanish Delivered, then Sold to StackPath

IPVanish was busted earlier this week for providing logs and customer information to the United States Department of Homeland Security even though they advertised a “zero-log” VPN service. IPVanish’s response seems to largely blame IPVanish’s prior management for logging and they continue to…

Russia Internet Data Storage Law

Like China, Russian Censorship Reinforces VyprVPN Pledge for Online Freedom

A digital Iron Curtain has been steadily rising into position around the cyber borders of Russia for years now, all in an effort to block contact and content from the rest of the online world. In their latest move, Russian lawmakers adopted legislation…

We Aren’t Surprised – Another “No-Log” VPN Provider Busted for Logging

IPVanish is under fire after a Reddit user blew the whistle on the reality of the VPN provider’s logging policies.   Back in 2014, IPVanish released a blog post in which they stated they would, “no longer record the connection data we used for…

Red Alert for Net Neutrality

Breaking: the Senate is about to vote on a resolution to save net neutrality and stop ISPs from ruining the Internet. Starting May 9th, put your website, app, or social profile on “Red Alert” to help sound the alarm. Fill out this form…

Internet censorship in Russia.

VyprVPN Remains Accessible Despite Russian Blocks

The demise of Telegram didn’t entirely go as planned after Russian officials announced they were banning the service back in April. Russia’s move to block Telegram came after the encrypted messaging app refused to hand over user decryption keys to the FSB. Rather than…

Telegram Users Are Turning to VyprVPN

Russia threw down a block of millions of IP addresses in their assault on the popular app Telegram this week, and VyprVPN is at hand helping users prevail over those restrictions! Around 200 million people worldwide use Telegram with at least 9.5 million of those users…

Mass surveillance is a threat to us all.

Shame on the NSA. Again.

Classified documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden to The Intercept last month lent startling vindication to a conspiracy-centric notion that the National Security Agency (NSA) has been trying to frustrate the digital currency marketplace since 2012. While competing cryptocurrencies were also under investigation, Bitcoin had been their…

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San Francisco Appeals Court to Hear Challenges Against FCC

Back in February, we reported that over 20 states are suing the FCC in an effort to reverse the repeal and preemption of state laws. Additional suits have been filed by companies and organizations such as Free Press, Mozilla Corp., Vimeo, Inc., Public Knowledge and the Open…

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New Censorship Bill in Turkey Shows Further Contempt for Digital Rights

A proposed Internet censorship law which would bring regulatory power of online content, including YouTube, Netflix, and personal social media accounts, under the domain of Turkey’s Radio and Television Supreme Council (RTÜK), passed the Turkish Parliamentary Planning and Budget Commission late last month….

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Belgium Rules Facebook Data Collection Illegal

Nearly three years after a Belgian court began its litigation against Facebook over privacy concerns, a ruling was made and the tech giant fell hard. Now, the world’s largest social network is staring down daily fines of €250,000 (approximately $300,000 USD) — up to 100…