Digital Anti-Censorship Billboards Removed by Google Street View

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A series of billboards questioning the status quo and chastising world leaders has appeared on Google Street View, which then the internet giant promptly removed. The billboards were made in a campaign to combat censorship and promote freedom of speech and expression. The Swedish subdivision of “Reporters Without Borders” worked …

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VPN Still Possible in China Regardless of Ban Since March 31

ABC Fingers China In CyberAttack On Australia

Even though China has banned all virtual private network services in the country on the 31st of March, the regulation has not come into practical effect. Such services report that users in China are still able to connect to them without any difficulties. Strengthening the Great Firewall China currently blocks …

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Free VPN Might Mine for Cypto, Kaspersky Warns

Free VPN Might Mine for Cypto, Kaspersky Warns

Top security software company warns users to be wary of services offering free VPN, as there is a high risk that they include cryptocurrency mining scripts. Kaspersky Lab has unveiled that such services often tend to utilize the users’ device to for cryptocurrency mining. Due to the recent boom and …

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New Portable VPN Router InvizBox Go on the Market

New Portable VPN Router InvizBox Go on the Market

The device was created by Irish tech firm, InvizBox. It has several functions including ad blocking, WiFi extension and VPN services. VPNs have been widely successful in the modern era. From being used in repressive regimes, to Netflix, they have had a high level of success. So any new player …

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Guccifer 2.0 Identified due to VPN Error

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Russian collusion with the Trump campaign The United States Presidential election in 2016 was a crazy time. Unthinkably, the DNC was hacked by a  lone “hacktvist” looking to expose the Illuminati. Guccifer 2.0 claimed to be a lone actor based in Romania. He leaked emails to WikiLeaks that were siphoned …

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