A Guide to Mobile Phone Use for US Protesters

There have been a lot of very big protests in the past year relating to the Internet. There have been battles for Internet freedom and fights for net neutrality. In the midst of all these protests, a lot of US … Continue reading

Copyright Infringement, Internet Censorship and VPNs for Australia

Censorship is sneaky, and it always begins with good intentions. The Australian government started to block websites in 2012 to prevent the spread of child pornography. Now they want the power to block websites that they deem are involved in … Continue reading

Sky TV Blocks Content Access Ads in Support of Copyright Holders

The New Zealand ISP Slingshot created ads to promote its Internet services, including a small bit about its content access tool. The ISP’s Global Mode is similar to VPNs, and Sky TV raised copyright concerns. Sky TV, the main New … Continue reading

VPN Website Access Preserves Streaming Speeds as ISPs Spend Less on Network Upgrades

The biggest Internet service providers (ISPs) in the US are spending progressively less on network upgrades. This may explain why subscribers aren’t getting the service they deserve. And it signals a tendency for connection reliability to degrade over time. Internet … Continue reading