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.leer más...cmentarios 0
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 VPNleer más...cmentarios 0
New controversial website-blocking legislation passed in Australian Senate. The law allows copyright holders to receive court orders restricting Australians’ access to overseas websites linked to copyright infringement or piracy. Once the bill passed into law, file sharing and torrent sites like ExtraTorrent, Pirate Bay and other could be blocked to Australians by the country’s internet service providers. leer más...cmentarios 0