YouTube was activated on Valentine's Day in 2005. Since then, it has grown exponentially and now boasts 1.9 billion+ monthly active users and 30 million+ daily active users. Incredibly, this social media juggernaut has shared 5+ billion videos to date courtesy of 50 million users who are creating content. Of course, you're reading this post because you want to know how to watch your favorite shows on YouTube with zero restrictions.
The movie information website IMDb, popular worldwide thanks to its extensive knowledge of movies and tv shows, recently launched its own streaming service called IMDb Freedive.
The Amazon-owned platform is free of charge and offers popular TV series, high-rated movies, and even their own original content.
The internet offers many great resources all of which can be accessed by people from around the world. Well, not quite true, as there are some countries in the world where internet freedom is strict. Freedom House published scores based out of 100, with 100 being the worst score for freedom and one being the best score. Here we are going to look at the top 10 worst countries for internet freedom.