How Yahoo Became PRISM’s First Victim

Back in 2008, we had no inkling about a massive spy program such as PRISM. But Yahoo did, because the government asked them to participate. When Yahoo said it was unconstitutional, the government threatened them with hefty fines. Facing bankruptcy, … Continue reading

BBC Says VPN Users are Pirates

The Australian government has consulted with BBC on controlling copyright infringement. The commercial division of the corporation responded, saying that VPN users are probably illegally downloading content. This is an unfair assumption especially in today’s privacy-conscious world. Australia’s Content Piracy … Continue reading

Finally, American’s Don’t Trust Social Media Privacy

After all the articles about online data safety and social media privacy, advocates have won a victory. The latest survey shows that Americans have finally taken it all in. They no longer trust social media websites to guard their privacy … Continue reading

How to Prevent Data Leaks with a Mobile Device VPN

Many websites can leak your personal information. Some of them have started using encryption after they learned about NSA spying. But even so, their mobile versions are not secured. Without a mobile device VPN, your phone will leak a lot … Continue reading

Online and VPN Data Encryption: the Key to Fighting NSA Spying

Internet users have been depending on VPN data encryption to help secure their online activities. But this does not secure the user data that Internet companies store on their servers. Edward Snowden has been promoting encryption as the cure for … Continue reading