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Encrypting Your Internet Connection with VyprVPN

In the news lately, there are countless stories about governments working to crack down on encryption – using the argument that in order to ensure national security, access to encrypted communications is necessary. On the contrary, creating encryption backdoors is dangerous to national security, furthering mass surveillance…

Warrantless searches are invasive and being conducted at US borders.

Warrantless Searches of Cellphones, Content at US Borders Raise Privacy Concerns

By now, you’ve probably heard the buzz about border agents in the United States conducting warrantless cellphone and laptop searches over the past months for individuals entering the country. These searches are (of course) being done in the interest of “national security,” but…

reddit AMA

Golden Frog’s President to Host AMA on reddit To Discuss Internet Privacy, Open Access

Have a question for us? You’re in luck! Golden Frog’s president Sunday Yokubaitis will be hosting an AMA (Ask Me Anything) on reddit on Monday, May 22 at 12pm Eastern! This is your chance to ask him any questions you have about Golden…

Online privacy is a right for all.

The Right to Online Privacy and How to Achieve It

What is Online Privacy? Online privacy describes a state of keeping your information safe and private from others. This could mean protecting your information from nefarious individuals like snoopers or hacks, from Internet service providers (ISPs) collecting data about you and your online…

Golden Frog Visits DC to Talk Privacy, Open Internet in 2017

We had a great week in Washington DC, meeting with trade groups and congressional leaders to talk policy, privacy and how we can all work together on the issues Golden Frog cares so deeply about. Here are some highlights from our trip: Met with…

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 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…

VyprVPN's block malicious sites feature.

VyprVPN Feature Highlight: Block Malicious Sites

Are You Safe Online? There is a ton of malware out there, and over 430 million new pieces of malware were discovered in 2015 alone! Malicious sites can infect your computer with viruses or spyware, which is damaging to your devices AND has…