The Flip Side of Copyright Law

by Mike on June 3, 2015

in News

We all know that we can’t take government reports at face value because what they are really full of is what is not being said. So with regard to what is not found in the Special 301 Report, we turn to the EFF’s Special 404 Report. Below we have summarized some discrepancies that the Electronic Frontier Foundation has found in the US Special 301 Report. [click to continue…]

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Which is the best – VPN or DNS?

by Mike on May 16, 2015

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Internet is a vibrant service that has spread all over the globe. Businesses and offices cannot operate in the present world without using internet. Internet users do face a lot of issues at present and the issues faced by them is due to the existence of various factors. Risks, restrictions and poor quality are to name a few. Users would be able to make the best use of the internet only if they have the necessary tools. [click to continue…]

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Top 10 Countries That Repress the Media

by Mike on May 9, 2015

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The freedom of the press is a very important right that we often think is about protecting journalists and our rights to have accurate and complete information. We live in a connected world, but some countries do not want others to know what is happening within their borders. This is a very sad situation because it means that the people who live there could very well be going through all kinds of abuses. This means that freedom of the press is also very much about getting the word out about how peoples are suffering so that the world can respond and create the hype necessary to effect changes that repressive governments would otherwise be unwilling to even consider. Today we look at 10 of the most repressive of these governments and how they are muzzling the media to try and stop them from reporting things as they really are. Our data comes from the April report of the Committee to Protect Journalists. [click to continue…]

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How to obtain Japan IP abroad?

by Mike on May 4, 2015

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Japan IP is required by all those who want to access the contents streamed in Japan. Online restrictions prohibit internet users from viewing contents of a different location. Geographic restrictions prevent internet users living outside Japan from watching websites of Japan. Similarly, internet censorships and firewalls also prevent the users from accessing Japanese contents. Japanese citizens would not be able to access their favorite websites and would not be able to stay in touch with their loved ones. [click to continue…]

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Last week, Congressman Kevin McCarthy of California announced that his chamber could be finished with their review of the expiring parts of the dreaded Patriot Act before May. It has become quite clear that there is still a very real danger that GOP representatives will push for renewal. This will of course kill the hope of curbing certain types of mass surveillance in the US by making them unlawful. [click to continue…]

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USB Spying Still a Danger

by Mike on April 19, 2015

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USB ports were awesome alternatives for data transfers when they first came out. They were so convenient because they allowed people to connect so many different types of devices as opposed to just using discs to read and write data. They were so awesome back in 1998 that they never went out of style. So new computers like Chromebook Pixels and MacBooks are going to get another upgraded USB version called USB-C. As soon as its features were announced, there were immediately thousands who couldn’t wait to have it. But USB-C doesn’t just deliver a better fit or faster data speeds; it also delivers malware. [click to continue…]

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Why does one need Static IP VPN?

by Mike on April 14, 2015

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IP address is a unique identification number and every single internet user or the computer used by the individual to connect to the network would have a unique identification. No two internet users would have identical IP address, and that is the reason why all the online restrictions and tracking devices make use of this information to track down the location of the user. There are a lot of VPN service providers operating in the market. Few of them provide dynamic IP and few provide Static IP. [click to continue…]

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Guide on finding the best VPN

by Mike on April 10, 2015

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Virtual Private Network is used by internet users for satisfying various needs. Internet users need to unblock restrictions and attain security, which are two of the prime requirements. Apart from this, VPN subscribers would also need a high quality internet network for performing all their online activities. All these features can be obtained only from a best VPN service provider. In this article, readers would be able to find out the best VPN service provider using following the guide. [click to continue…]

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Vietnam is not known for having strict censorship or data activity tracking mechanism. Although the country is not known for restrictions compared to countries like China or Pakistan, few of the western contents are blocked in the country. Government and the Internet Service Providers block these contents saying that, they would want to prevent politically instigating contents in the country. Political unrest in countries such as Libya, Egypt etc. has forced the Government to take this action. [click to continue…]

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The NSA has been spying on North Korea via Chinese networks for over four years. They found a zero day exploit that the country had been using against other nations, and turned the situation around to work in their favor. So for years the US government has had a clear view of the North Korean government’s cyber activities. [click to continue…]

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