Le VPN for Journalists: Providing journalists with anonymity in areas of conflict
At Le VPN, we understand that journalists in crisis-hit regions may need to keep their online identity hidden due to heavy internet censorship controls – and we want to help.
How we’re supporting journalists
We’re giving journalists full complimentary access to Le VPN to show our support. This will ensure journalism coverage isn’t hindered due to locked-down websites and applications in many regions and will also help to hide your online identity from local ISPs and snoopers from spying on your connection.
How to apply for a journalism VPN account
Getting set up with a Le VPN account for journalism is easy, and we’ll work hard to get you up and running in no time.
- Contact our support team and explain how the account will help you for journalism purposes.
- So long as you meet the criteria, one of our team will be in touch to approve the account application.
- We’ll set you up with account credentials, and you can start using Le VPN right away with one of our device-specific apps.
- If you visit a country in crisis or with heavy censorship, connect to a VPN server location in a nearby country, and you’ll be assigned an anonymous IP address that cannot be used to identify you.
Le VPN journalism FAQs
What criteria do I need to meet to qualify for a journalism account?
We understand that securing your connection in dangerous territories is a priority, so we’ll work with you without setting boundaries of strict criteria. All we ask is that you provide us with a reason why a Le VPN account will help you. That’s it!
Are there specific media outlets that can apply for a journalism account?
No! We’re open to building relationships with media outlets worldwide, and we’re already working with outlets like Reporters Without Borders. So if you think you’re eligible for a journalism VPN account, get in touch with us today.
Any questions? Contact our support team, and someone will be in touch to assist with your query.