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Virtual Private Network Sales Market Research Report Forecast 2017 to 2022

MarketResearchNest.com adds “Global Virtual Private Network Sales Market Report 2017”new report to its research database. The report spread across 131 pages with table and figures in it. 449 more words

IT And Telecom

How Do VPNs Work?

After Congress clarified last month that ISPs have the right to monitor and use customer data I have read dozens of articles that recommend that people start using VPNs (Virtual Private Networks) to limit ISP access to their data. 1,073 more words


How to use the Opera browser's free, built-in VPN on your Mac

”Following the March 28 U.S. Congress vote to repeal restrictions preventing Internet Service Providers from selling personal browsing data and information, interest in VPN’s greatly increased,” Chris Hauk writes for MacTrast. 298 more words


Apple should offer their own VPN service to iOS and Mac users for security and privacy

”Virtual Private Network, or VPN for short, isn’t a new technology but it has been coming up more and more in security conversations lately,” Greg Barbosa writes for 9to5Mac. 351 more words


How to pick a VPN to keep your internet browsing secure and private

The internet is a messy, tangled place. Your data bounces unpredictably from country to country, inviting someone to snoop on it. If you’re an American, you don’t even need to wait for a hacker to single you out, however. 1,043 more words

Google Translate app now unblocked in China


© AFP | Google’s translation app is now is accessible in China without censor-evading software

SHANGHAI (AFP) – Google on Wednesday made available in China a new version of its translation app that is accessible without censor-evading software, a move likely to fuel speculation that the internet giant was mending fences with Beijing. 455 more words

Choosing the best VPN for your Mac

”Mac users can get somewhat complacent about security, but they shouldn’t – Apple’s desktop computers are being increasingly targeted by cybercriminals, and it never pays to let your guard down,” Desire Athow writes for TechRadar. 259 more words