Russian usage of VPN skyrockets with over 11,000% despite closing of 36,000 VPN URLs – Gamereactor UK


While numerous media have reported on the surge of VPN sales and installs in Russia following the de facto ban in the country of most western social media and news outlets, with SurfShark, one of the major players reporting a staggering 3500% increase in sales, AtlasVPN has monitored their installs on mobile devices, and reported an insane increase of 11,253% increase in installs in Russia alone during a period of just one week.

We are still unsure of the combined number of installs due to the many different service providers, but despite an older law in Russia requiring VPN services to still block many western news outlets, and the Russian government forcing Google to delist up to 36,000 URL’s depending on source, it seems the Russian population is doing everything they can to win back their digital freedom and get news from other sources than state controlled and government sanctioned national news outlets.




What is a VPN? Can it really protect my online privacy and security? – Fox News

Privacy has never been in such short supply.  There’s one technology I’ve found essential to fighting back against big tech’s prying and spying routine.   A VPN, or virtual private network, can be a very good idea for you to secure your internet connection, and it can be an effective way for you to protect your online privacy and security.


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How to Pick a VPN for Torrenting – How-To Geek


When you pick a VPN for torrenting, you need to look out for a few key security features, like a kill switch and transparent no-log policy. Also, avoid United States-based VPN providers and servers.

If you’re going to torrent, you’re going to need a VPN to protect yourself while doing so. How do you pick a good VPN for torrenting, though, is there something …….

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The best Thailand VPN in 2023 – TechRadar

Thailand isn’t just beautiful beaches, breath-taking jungles, playful monkeys and yummy Pad Thai. Something that tourists often forget is that authorities are infamous for their strong grip on the internet. That’s where the best Thailand VPN apps can come handy.

Following the 2006 military coup d’état, online censorship and surveillance have been growing year by year. Now beyond solely …….

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