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Your ISP is now selling your web browsing history and habits. It's time to use a VPN
1 Apr 2017
Say goodbye to your online privacy if you are not using VPN. US Congress voted to kill a law that would have stopped Internet Service Providers from selling your web browsing history. Your ISP can now sell your browsing history and habits to the highest bidder. The most important to do if your ISP tries to track, collect and sell your data – start using a VPNread more...comments: 0
Australia to Block VPN
14 Mar 2017
Virtual private networks (VPN) could be blocked under new copyright and privacy legislation being considered by the Senate in Australia. VPN users could be blocked by the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill. The bill is designed to target file sharing and BitTorrent websites like ExtraTorrent, Pirate Bay and other. "This Bill won't just block online piracy sites; it could allow companies to prevent Australian access to competitor websites in other countries! read more...comments: 0
Internet User Received 44 Letters from ISP for One Download
15 Dec 2016
The subscriber, who posted his story on Reddit, was sent 44 letters for one and the same torrent. The Spongebob Season 8 torrent was downloaded by his brother and is apparently well tracked. Usually, alleged downloaders only receive one letter per offence, but one Comcast subscriber received a whole stack in the mail this week. read more...comments: 0
How to Prevent ISP from Monitoring Your Activity?
9 Apr 2015
Your Internet service provider tracks what IP addresses you are contacting, what websites and pages you are loading. It can also read anything you send and receive over the web that isn’t encrypted. Besides that, ISP has a logging of your every move and keeping the logs up to 2 years. read more...comments: 0
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