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Internet censorship in the world

Nowadays, we tend to take Internet for granted, especially in developed countries.We can hardly imagine our lives without access to the web, everywhere and somewhat immediately. However, the situation is not the same in many parts of the world with pervasive censorship in many countries, mainly to limit the freedom of access to information. We

Cybercrime black market

You may be wondering about the issue of data security with VPN. But do you know that a European credit card has more value on the cybercrime black market than one from North America? Do you realize that Twitter is one of the favorite tools of communication for hackers that drive the small parallel cybercrime

Internet censorship is growing

Internet censorship is on the rise for the 6th consecutive year. Whether it’s online petitions, social networking or photos challenging the behavior of some leaders in their country … every opportunity is good to intensify Internet censorship. And the data are scary: two-thirds of Internet users in the world would now be censored by their

Yahoo leak: 500 million accounts hacked in 2014

Only two years after the fact, the Internet giant Yahoo has acknowledged that personal data from 500 million accounts of its users have been hacked late 2014. It is one of the most consistent hacking ever held! What is the impact of this massive data theft, especially after the hacking MySpace accounts, LinkedIn and Tumblr?

How to avoid increasing online credit card fraud?

Credit card scams have exploded in many countries. And figures are quite impressive. See how to buy vpn online with a credit card. Most card frauds in the world actually happen in the United States. In fact, a Barclays 2015 research note  states that the United States is responsible for 47 percent of the world’s

Don’t Wait to Watch Game of Thrones With Le VPN

With the ever growing popularity of HBO’s Game of Thrones, it is fast becoming impossible to avoid spoilers if you haven’t been able to watch the latest episode. As soon as an episode airs in the US, there are thousands of people who post online in reaction, including the inevitable spoiler. So to make sure you

Public Anonymity In Danger Due to Facial Recognition

FindFace, a newly released smartphone app, has taken Russia by storm and is potentially putting public anonymity in danger due to facial recognition. The app, developed by Artem Kukharenko and Alexander Kabakov, allows users to photograph people and work out their identities, with reliability sitting around 70%. It works by comparing photographs with the social media

Twitter Prevents Selling of User Data to Spy Agencies

Collecting data on users has always been a valuable pursuit to certain organisations and companies, especially since the rise of social media via Twitter for example. Up until this point, it has been relatively easy for anyone to collect data that is publicly shared online. But it has been announced that Twitter prevents selling of