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Opera’s VPN service now open to the public

Why Opera VPN and Ad-block are necessary

Back in April, Opera announced its plans to add free unlimited VPN to the developer edition of the browser. And as anything that has been sampled in developer mode, it has to come to the stable and public version. The Opera free unlimited VPN has now come to the Opera …

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No Netflix US: Netflix Blocks VPN Access

Netflix faces pressure to remove VPN ban from privacy activists

Netflix is an excellent online television service. The service offers great television content. Netflix offers two option; Netflix Us and Netflix UK. Unfortunately, you cannot compare the two. That would be the same as trying to compare a smartphone to a feature phone. Now, that Netflix has blocked access to …

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New Evidence Links DNC hack to Russian Intelligence

New Evidence Links DNC hack to Russian Intelligence

Now there is enough evidence to proof Russia was responsible for the DNC hack. Emails sent to The Hill by the renowned hacker Guccifer 2.0 show that they used Russian language anonymity software. Guccifer 2.0 has on previous occasions denied any knowledge of the Russian language. DNC acknowledged the data …

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Netflix extends geo block to IPv4 and IPv6 tunnel brokers

U.S content disappears from screen in Canada as Netflix continues with VPN crack down

Netflix is continuing its fight against users who want to watch geo-blocked content. The company is now extending its fight to the blockade of IPv4 and the IPv6 tunnel brokers even if the user is using these tunnel brokers legitimately. The fact that Netflix has been treating users of different …

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Netflix CEO dismisses VPN users as no big deal

Hastings Reed

The Netflix CEO, Hastings Reed, has come out saying that the number of people who are talking about the company’s crackdown on VPNs’ are nothing but a small minority. “It’s a very small but quite vocal minority,” said the Mr. Reed of the international users who try to access US content …

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