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15 November 2021
Canada has a lot of amazing streaming platforms for binge-watchers. However, nothing can beat American streaming services and US TV. We are not undermining the quality of Canadian TV, but viewers in Canada don’t have access to over 20+ popular US TV channels and streaming sites like HBO Max, Hulu, Crackle, Vudu, and many more.
Most of these channels are restricted in Canada due to licensing rights and content distribution rights. So, if you try to access a US streaming service from Canada and don’t meet the geo-requirement, you will get a location error.
Solution - Use a VPN read more...
22 October 2021
VPNs in Canada are becoming increasingly popular as millions of people learn about the benefits of using one and gain a greater understanding of the extensive surveillance that almost every country conducts on its inhabitants.
If you are looking for the best VPN for Canada in 2021, you will want one that offers exceptional privacy and, ideally, a verified no-logging policy. That combination should ensure that your data is secure and that no personally identifiable information is stored so even if the government seeks information from your VPN, it will have nothing to show. You will also want a service that allows you to view a large amount of streaming material and has fast connection speeds.
There are a lot of excellent VPNs that fail to pass this test and hence do not give the whole package. read more...
14 April 2021
According to the latest reports, VPN usage in Canada has grown by 206%. COVID-19 pandemic has also compelled many people to adapt to working from home. This rise in work from home has also supported the growth in the number of people becoming concerned with their devices' online security and personal data.
Let’s look at the most common VPN uses for those living in and traveling to Canada. read more...
6 February 2019
According to new documents recently released by Canadian government, emerging issues may include targeting the use of virtual private networks and website blocking. The document identifies a few issues, each likely to be exceptionally controversial. One of the issues involves the use of VPN for copyright infringing purposes. VPNs are widely used in corporate environments to ensure secure and safe communications and by a growing number of Internet users seeking technological tools to better protect their privacy online. The same technologies can be used to hide copyright infringing activity, however.
Many Canadian users noticed that asking to ban legal technologies because they can be used illegally is ridiculous! read more...