Golden Frog Stops By US Department of Commerce to Talk Privacy

As part of our visit to Washington DC this week, we stopped by the U.S. Department of Commerce this morning. While there, we joined 30 other tech leaders for a presentation on all things privacy and security as they relate to the department….

Open Internet

Debunking the FCC’s Myth of Competition  

With “Net Neutrality” on the FCC’s horizon, and the ongoing teeth gnashing since Congress officially repealed privacy protections for consumers from ISPs, what’s been largely absent from the discussion is any recognition to the root cause of the issue – little to no…

Senate and House Block FCC's Privacy Regulations for ISPs

FCC Reveals Plan to Eliminate Net Neutrality Rules for Broadband Providers

In a disturbing trend that would further eliminate consumer protections when browsing online, as well as remove any accountability to broadband providers, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today announced his plans to eliminate the Open Internet Order of 2015. The Open Internet compromise, more…

encryption under attack in france elections

Encryption Under Attack Again, This Time During Elections In France

Well, it’s official. Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen are the final two candidates facing off for the French presidency on May 7th. As the race continues on there’s a lot of buzz around various issues – and encryption is one of them. Macron…

Russia Proposes Banning VPNs That Don’t Comply with Censorship Rules

Russia’s latest draft bill increases censorship (again). The law proposes blocking anonymous proxies – including VPNs – that do not prohibit access to forbidden websites in the country. To operate, any such “anonymizing” services would have to block sites listed on the Roskomnadzor’s…

Senate votes down FCC privacy regulations

Congressman Says “Nobody Needs to Use the Internet” – We Disagree

This week, Rep Jim Sensenbrenner said he didn’t believe Congress needed to enact Internet privacy guidelines because nobody needs to use the Internet. Yes, you read that right – he said nobody needs to use the Internet. As many were quick to point…

VyprVPN is now available for QNAP Nas devices

VyprVPN Now Available for QNAP 4.3.3 NAS Devices

We’re excited to annouce that VyprVPN for QNAP is now available on QNAP version 4.3.3 NAS devices! We’re pleased to continue our partnership with QNAP, which brought VyprVPN to an entirely new platform – network attached storage (NAS) devices. QNAP is the first NAS provider to offer…

VyprVPN Feature Highlight: Kill Switch

Is Your Connection Secure? There are a lot of online security risks out there – from snooping, to data collection, to malicious sites. With so many threats to your privacy, sometimes the thought of connecting to the Internet without a VPN can be a scary…

Your ISP Can Sell Your Data: What To Do Now

The United States recently killed regulations that would have protected you from Internet service providers (ISPs) snooping and selling your information to third parties. Now, many are asking what they should do to protect their privacy online. Here’s what you should do. We’re having…

States pass legislation following ISP privacy vote

States Propose Legislation to Address ISP Privacy Concerns

In response to the United States’ vote to block the FCC’s regulations governing ISPs and consumer privacy, many state legislatures are taking action. Since the vote last week, we’ve seen numerous states introducing their own measures to enact consumer privacy protections since the…