Author: Brett Chatz
In the summer of 2018, the European Parliament voted in favor of updating the European Copyright Directive. Previously known as the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, the EU Copyright Directive comprises sweeping legislation regarding copyright laws for online content. The European Parliament updates in September 2018 called for an overhaul on content filters and news aggregation sites. The most controversial components of the EU Copyright Directive include Articles 15 and 17 (previously 11 and 13).
Brexit means considerable upheaval for residents of the United Kingdom. Among the many questions it brings, is what Brexit means for online privacy. And things are not looking too good.
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. It is used to cloak your online activity from prying eyes. Let’s find out how a VPN works, how it encrypts your online communications and how it renders you virtually invisible online.