Another streaming website was shut down. This time, it’s Pelispedia.tv, a popular streaming site in Latin America which used to get more than one million visitors daily. The shutdown occurred after Uruguayan authorities, in cooperation… Read More »Pelispedia Alternatives: Popular Streaming Site Shut Down
Sad news for torrenting and P2P users—MagnetDL shut down after seven years of operation. MagnetDL gave no specific reason why it closed, but faithful users of the popular magnet torrent search engine have got no… Read More »MagnetDL Alternatives: Where to Go Now That MagnetDL Shuts Down
We’ve got some bad news for pirate sites. Google has agreed to remove 832 pirate sites from its search results after reaching a voluntary agreement with content owners and ISPs in Australia. People residing in… Read More »Google Decided to Remove 832 Pirate Sites From Australian Index
Some VPNs or virtual private network service providers have a strict “no log” policy. This means they are not keeping logs of your online activities, sessions, timestamps, and IP addresses, to name a few. However,… Read More »VPNs Infected with WebRTC Bug Leaking Users’ IP Addresses
A big reason why so many people love using a VPN is because it helps them stay anonymous online. This gives them privacy – a fundamental right of everyone on earth. Even the most barbarous of dictators wouldn’t openly admit to wanting to put a camera into the home of all their subjects.
Yet that is exactly what the governments and corporations of the world are doing with your online activities through various acts known collectively as Big Data. They’re tracking your online activities, taking this information from you, and selling it to marketers. Read that again: they’re using you. But a VPN can help you get privacy from Big Data.Read More »Pregnant Mother seeks Privacy from Big Data