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From Al Arabiya News: Politics, porn and iPlayer: Why Arab VPN use is on the rise

Global VPN provider Golden Frog told Al Arabiya News that use of its VyprVPN service continues to rise in the Middle East, adding that it now has users in practically every country in the region. Read the full article: Politics, porn and iPlayer:…

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From Tech In Asia: VyprVPN slides onto iOS and Android, but can it jump China’s Great Firewall more nimbly than competitors?

Chameleon “scrambles OpenVPN packet metadata to ensure it’s not recognizable via deep packet inspection” and is specifically “designed to mask Internet traffic to defeat VPN blocking in restrictive environments like China.” Read the full article: VyprVPN slides onto iOS and Android, but can…

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The Global Struggle for Internet Freedom

Four out of five people in the world do not have access to an open and uncensored internet Everything you love about the Internet is at risk. In January 2012, we censored the VyprVPN logo to join largest Internet protest in history and…

Australian Government Blocks 250K Websites

It was reported last week that the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) has been incorrectly blocking access to hundreds of thousands of websites when it intended to target a single offender. Apparently ASIC was blocking IP addresses instead of domain names, an…

A Free Internet? Twitter Blocked in Tunisia and Egypt

The latest news from Tunisia and Egypt is reminiscent of the government crackdowns on social networking sites from Iran during 2009.  According to an article published this week, Egypt appears to have blocked access to Twitter in response to citizens using social networking…