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Save Money on Amazon Using a VPN


Want to save some money shopping on Amazon? If you have a VPN service, you can sometimes net a nice discount on the huge Internet retail site. How it Works Amazon offers different prices on some items depending upon where you’re located and other factors. The location-based pricing differences are easy enough to understand. If […]

Will Using a VPN Save You Money on Air Fare?


Testing time! Using a VPN to change your IP address and, thus, your location, can save you money on some sites. It can also allow you to access geo-restricted content from streaming sites. Not too long ago, the big news was that you could use a VPN to change your apparent location and get huge […]

VyprVPN Now Offering Router App


Want more control over your VPN? VyprVPN has you covered. The company is now offering the VyprVPN router app, which runs on routers with the Tomato MIPS/ARM framework. With this app, you can expand your privacy protection to encompass your entire collection of networked devices, including mobile devices. It doesn’t matter what OS they run; […]

Avoid Netflix Cloud Tax with a VPN


Chicago now taxes Netflix subscriptions. Without any public debate on the matter, the Windy City levied a nine-percent tax on Netflix, as well as other streaming services. The tax wasn’t put forward as new but, rather, as a clarification of an existing set of taxes, according to NPR. The Personal Property Lease Transaction Tax and […]

Trusting the Government with the Keys to Encryption


The US government is not alone in being very aggressive about weakening encryption. In Australia and the UK, measures have been taken over recent years that weaken the right to privacy, and more are being proposed. Of course, Edward Snowden revealed that, where the authority to spy isn’t really set in stone, agencies including the […]

UN Adds Privacy Rapporteur to HRC


The United Nations has added a Special Rapporteur to the UN Human Rights Council (HRC). The post was filled by Joseph Cannataci during the first week of July. Cannataci was selected to fill a position that was only added in March of this year, by a resolution that created the Special Rapporteur on the Right […]

How to Stop VPN Disconnects


VPN disconnects will happen. When they do, you need to have ways to protect yourself against accidentally leaking data. Most VPN clients will initiate an automatic reconnect if your connection drops. That solves part of the problem but, while your VPN is reconnecting, you’re exposed to anyone watching or logging your traffic. Kill Switches and […]

Pushing the Limits of Privacy with MasterCard’s Selfie App


MasterCard is preparing to release an app that allows cardholders to authenticate transactions by taking a selfie. Privacy advocates see some potential issues with the concept, and how it might enable fraud. The Concept The new app would allow a MasterCard holder to authenticate a transaction through facial recognition software. That software measures data taken […]

VPN Data Leakage: A Serious Issue or Not?


Titled “VPNs are so insecure you might as well wear a KICK ME sign,” the article wastes no time in putting forth the claims of five researchers from Rome and London. They claim that their study “…reveals that the majority of VPN services suffer from IPv6 traffic leakage,” as quoted in The Register. The team […]

7 Things You Should Know About the Darknet


Illegal marketplaces, murder for hire: the darknet has been characterized as a sort of wilder west within the broader wild west that is the Internet. Is it really that bad? Here are seven things about the darknet that might surprise you. 1: The Media Portrays the Darknet in a Confusing Way The way the media […]