Less than six months from now all Russian citizens who are using a messaging app will be required to reveal their real identity in order to be granted access to their app. Dmitry Medvedev, the Russian Prime Minister in early November 2018 signed a decree that only deepened the ongoing problem this country has with online freedom.
With 22 million active monthly users, half of them only in the US, 4Chan is one of the largest Web forums in the United States and the world. It’s a platform for everyone’s taste, many times with controversial and sensitive content. It gives you the chance to freely express yourself, without limitations, but with one downside. Despite being able to post anonymously, you are in no way protected on 4Chan.
A common misconception among expats is that a VPN serves no purpose and that it is a complete waste of money. We’re here to argue otherwise. Isn’t watching TV from home a needed luxury? Shouldn’t the political connection between Hong Kong and China- where oppressive online surveillance and censorship regimes exist- be a concern?
Don’t you as an expat in Hong Kong want to protect your data and online activities from Internet Service Providers like Netvigator and Pacific Internet?
If you’re an HBO subscriber, one of the options you have for watching content from the TV network is through the TV everywhere service HBO Go, especially if you travel or relocate outside the US. The problem, however, is that the service is not available outside the US, even if HBO is part of your premium cable subscription. If you tried to access the service from outside the US, then you’re familiar with these error messages.
Are you tired of advertisers and ISPs meddling with your browsing history? You can hide your activities with secure VPN. A VPN connects you securely to the internet by sending your traffic through different servers so you don’t have to worry about hackers and snoopers. It only takes a single click to install a free VPN for Mac.