Canadian Telecom Giant Bell Wanted NAFTA to Ban Some VPNs
Bell wanted the privacy tools—which can also be used to access geo-blocked media—to be made unlawful under NAFTA.
The Weakest Link
How to Use an iPod Touch as a Secure Device Instead of a Phone
From SIM-jacking, to SS7, to dodgy telco data selling, for some people an iPod may be a better security decision than using a normal phone.
Students Are Using VPNs to Play 'Fortnite' on School Wi-Fi
Dedicated gamers are using VPNs and remote desktop apps to bypass Wi-Fi restrictions.
Meet the Hacker Who Busts Child Pornographers on the Dark Net
Einar Otto Stangvik talks with us about online child pornography, self-developed hacking tools, the police who ran the abusive sites—and why he comes up with the best ideas while dreaming.
The Long Goodbye
The Scammy VPN We Investigated Has Disappeared From the Internet
Thus concludes, perhaps, this bizarre saga.
What Is Even Happening
I’ve Somehow Become Embroiled In a Byzantine VPN Scam
Does not compute.
That Escalated Quickly
Phony VPN Services Are Cashing in on America's War on Privacy
State of Surveillance
Using a VPN Sucks
The problem isn’t just that VPNs aren’t great, it’s that Republicans have broken the damn internet.
The Motherboard Guide to VPNs
What should you use to hide your internet browsing?
Hackers Hack Hacking Forum As Soon As It's Launched
That was fast.
Turks Are Flocking to Tor After Government Orders Block of Anti-Censorship Tools
As usual, online censorship seems to have a “Streisand effect” for tools that allow netizens to circumvent blocks.
Turkey Doubles Down on Censorship With Block on VPNs, Tor
The Turkish government takes its fight against the free flow of information online one step further.