The privacy picture in the US is seemingly growing worse. For some American’s, the news is too much and are now seeking out privacy options.
The status of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in Canada may not exactly be clear. The Canadian government has signaled it is launching consultations. Unfortunately, this comes shortly after documents reveal that some of the controversial copyright provisions in the trade deal are already being pushed behind closed doors.
We’ve been running a series of guides that show just how easy it is to bi-pass general DNS censorship. It’s general DNS censorship that has been proposed in the PROTECT-IP Act among other things. Rather than simply debate philosophically on why the PROTECT-IP act will do absolutely nothing to deter copyright infringement, we decided to […]
Our planned series of guides on defeating US DNS censorship is coming to the end. So, last, but certainly not least, we’ll show you what you can expect using something known as a VPN. It’s considered, by some, one of the most secure ways to access banned websites. The downside is that most services are […]
It’s a service often used for dissidents in repressive regimes, but if a Conservative majority were to happen in the Canadian elections, the Pirate Party of Canada says they’ll be there to help. A VPN service can help annonymize internet activity and for those fearful of a Conservative majority, it might very well be at […]