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Are you still thinking about the choice of the VPN provider? Tens of new reviews about Trust.Zone VPN service were appearing on the web! We can't cover all of them but our editors have chosen reviews from the leading VPN industry news websites - bestvpn.com, vpnanalysis.com, vpnranks.com and other. read more...comments: 0
1 in 4 VPN users accessing daily – according to new report by GlobalWebIndex. The main question of the survey was “How frequently do you use VPNs to connect the Internet?
At least, 10% of VPN users access VPN once a week. 7% - once a month. Report was presented by GlobalWebIndex Web Analytics Company. read more...
After Congress voted last week to strike down new FCC regulations, President Trump has signed congressional legislation signed a law that allows Internet Service Providers selling its customers’ browsing history, private data and habits to the highest bidder. In the US, new legislation allows your ISP to collect and store all of your browsing history. This will include your behaviour on sites, any clicks and pages visited.
Due to this fact VPN usage is skyrocketed. The advice to use a VPN to hide online identity, protect privacy, encrypt connection and prevent ISP from tracking your move has dominated in US media now.read more...comments: 0
Blogging service Medium is not available in China anymore – according to recent reports. Majority of Medium users in China confirmed that Medium has been blocked by Great Firewall in China. Experts suppose that the main reason is a recent Medium update, allowing publishers to host their content on the site. It means the blogs that may have previously been banned in the region to become available to internet users in China. A few days ago, Time and The Economist were also blocked by Chinese authorities. The websites were blocked as a result of recently published articles about China.read more...comments: 0
Thousands of internet users use free web proxy services to overcome censorship and unblock websites restricted in their country. Are proxy servers really safe? According to the latest research - 14% of the proxies are safe only! The most proxy services modify content of the websites to inject advertisign into websites! read more...comments: 0
Today is the Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality, where thousands of companies including Trust.Zone are taking a stand to support the current state of the internet. The Day of Action to Save Net Neutrality is a attempt to defend the idea that internet access should be equal and accessible for all.read more...comments: 0
Portugal became a world leader in pirate site blocking in 2016-2017. Back in summer 2015, Portugal’s government agency signed a memorandum of understanding between copyright owners and Internet service providers, and by now Portugal has already blocked 330 websites and is not going to stop. read more...comments: 0
Public Wi-Fi networks: hotels, coffee shops, restaurants, airport and etc. —are not as safe as you think. Even if they have a password, you are sharing a network with tens of other people. It means your data is at risk. It’s very easy for someone who wants to steal your data to set up a network called "Free Wi-Fi" to make you think it’s a legitimate source. read more...comments: 0
Internet usage in Saudi Arabia has increased, but Internet access is also heavily censored by government.
In 2014, Reporters Without Borders describes Saudi Arabiagovernment as "relentless in its censorship of the media and the Internet", and ranked Saudi Arabia 164-th out of 180 countries for freedom of the press.
The country’s filters primarily ban material that could be considered critical of Islam. Besides that, Saudi Arabis's authorities block political criticism, dating services, sexual health resources, gay and lesbian content and etc. Access to social networking websites is limited. read more...