Google Bans FrostWire From Android Market

by Mike on October 25, 2011

in News

Millions of people have already bought Android’s version of the ever popular FrostWire file sharing app would have been lucky enough to purchase this before Google removed this from the official Android app store.  This has been a big decision however and what is puzzling people is why has FrostWire been banned from the Android market?  Everyone is still in the dark over why the decision was made to remove the app and it has got many people talking why the decision was made because not only is Android confused and angry over this but many users are clueless also. [click to continue…]

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UK Digital Economy Act: Reviews and opinions

by michael on October 24, 2011

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Digital Economy Act challenged by UK parliamentarians:

The Tory Coalition partner and Julian Huppert, a liberal Democrat MP, have challenged the UK copyright legislation. They suggested a motion which would dismantle parts of the legislation that depics website blocking. [click to continue…]

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Users to Pay for Blocking of Pirated Content in UK

by michael on October 24, 2011

in News,VPN

Courts’ Orders for BT:

Recently High Court of justice in UK had held a meeting between one of the country’s Internet service providers BT and the Motion Picture Association. The meeting conducted due to the reason that BT was suppose to block access to the Newzbin2 website as it was referred as illegal and this was supposed to be a countermeasure for the illegal website. [click to continue…]

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Best VPN To Use in China in 2011

by michael on October 24, 2011

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Censorship, Censorship and Censorship, these are not new words to the Chinese people. Chinese people have been experiencing the worst type of Internet censorship in the history of the Internet world. Chinese users cannot express themselves freely, they cannot even search freely. Chinese government has blocked the most used search engine and all of its partner websites. Google is blocked in China and all of its partner websites like YouTube, Orkut, Google Plus and many others. So how to connect to these websites when we are in China? [click to continue…]

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How Does a VPN Work

by michael on October 23, 2011

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What is a VPN?

VPN or Virtual Private Network is the latest innovation in the field of Networking and Networking Security. VPN has enhanced and improved the standard of the Internet usage and Internet security. Users have started using the Internet through a VPN service and left out the traditional ways of connecting the Internet. A VPN provides enhanced security and safety to the entire network of yours on which you are connected. [click to continue…]
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Best VPN Service for Czech Republic

by michael on October 21, 2011

in Top Country Wise VPN

Czech Republic has been recognized as a free nation regarding the censorship of the Internet and also regarding to the freedom of speech in the country. The web is a free thing there. You can search any of the content on the Internet and just surf without any hurdle. Czech government does not interfere with the Internet and its censorship in any way. [click to continue…]

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Best VPN Switzerland

by michael on October 21, 2011

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Internet Censorship has become one of the serious issues in the world. Many countries have been banned from huge names in the Internet world e.g. China has banned YouTube, Google and Google+ in the country similarly many countries are constantly looking over the Internet traffic from their countries and taking serious action against the violators e.g. In New Zealand a person violating copyrights of any organization or person is fined an amount of $15000. Similarly many other countries are imposing Internet Censorship on their citizens. [click to continue…]
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Best VPN For Qatar

by michael on October 21, 2011

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Qatar is one of the countries where the Internet is censored partly. Internet Censorship is done only on the blasphemous acts and the websites depicting them. Rest Qatar users have a free ride on the Internet while surfing, browsing and sharing their point of view. [click to continue…]

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Best VPN for Norway

by michael on October 17, 2011

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Norway is considered as the freest nation in the world regarding the issue of Internet censorship. Not a single type of censorship is done in Norway. Except the censoring of pornographic websites Norway has never ever seen censorship on the Internet. You can freely express yourself on the Internet and search any type of content free of fear and concern. In Norway Internet is the free source of Information. You can do anything on the Internet e.g. you can criticize the government and its policies without the fear that someday you’ll be caught and punished. If you are in Norway then you should fear nothing at all. [click to continue…]

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India is one of the countries that face a little but strict internet censorship policies. The censorship is mostly done to avoid any public disorder or to protect national security. Indians have been facing website restrictions and banning now and then. [click to continue…]

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