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Best VPNs for Egypt

Best VPNs for Egypt

Egypt has a colourful relationship with internet censorship and privacy. In the run up to the 2011 revolution the internet was used as a tool to target suspected dissidents for arrest and the wider network was routinely monitored by government sources. Since then Egyptian citizens have attempted to secure their freedom of expression both on and off... Read On

Best VPN for Philippines

Best VPN for Philippines

The Philippines exercises substantial rights to internet freedom all of which are enshrined in law. As recently as 2012, Filipino citizens rejected controversial cyber crime laws that would have seen internet freedoms seriously eroded. As such, the government does not actively monitor or intercept personal or private communications and access to so... Read On

Best VPN for Indonesia

Best VPN for Indonesia

We would strongly suggest utilising a VPN for all web communications and activities whilst located in Indonesia. The Indonesian government regards the internet as a positive economic tool; ISP filtering and logging suggests differently, though there are substantial differences ranging between local internet providers. The government regulates nearl... Read On

Best VPNs in South Korea

Best VPNs in South Korea

South Korea has been categorised as deploying ‘pervasive’ internet security and censorship and as such users located in the country must consider utilising a VPN for safe conduct. Despite being a world leader in internet technologies and connectivity, South Korean residents are required by law to verify the content they publish by entering their ci... Read On

The Best VPNs for Mexico

The Best VPNs for Mexico

Freedom of speech for journalism and internet users is protected by Mexican law. Internet browsing, private communications and expression of personal opinion are conducted without prohibition and there are no indications that the government employs mass network surveillance. However, Mexican criminal cartels exert massive pressure on social network... Read On

The Best VPN for France

The Best VPN for France

Internet censorship and monitoring are largely unfiltered throughout France, though the implementation of a ‘three-strikes’ system for accessing copyrighted material has enhanced the case for utilising a VPN whilst in her borders. The French government does target material for censorship; however this is usually aimed at removing offensive Nazi, Ne... Read On

The Best VPN for Nigeria

The Best VPN for Nigeria

Nigeria presents an interesting case for VPN usage. Internet and press freedom is protected in the Nigerian constitution though in practice many find their activities restricted, particularly any individuals involved in reporting on government scandal. Restrictions on web movement in Nigeria focus on disabling criminal gang activity though there ha... Read On

The Best VPN for Germany

The Best VPN for Germany

There are a vast number of VPN services available to German users. German internet freedom is largely open with any acts of censorship usually occurring directly following a court ruling though any material containing Far Right political material is banned, as are any references to Holocaust denial search results or websites. German users may wish ... Read On

The Best VPN for Brazil

The Best VPN for Brazil

Brazil maintains an excellent record of internet freedom and has been a vociferous opponent of the NSA/GCHQ global information gathering programmes. There are no reports that Brazil monitors its citizens web activities or private communications though Journalistic anonymity is prohibited. However, laws to stifle freedom of expression do exist. Thes... Read On

The Best VPNs for Japan

The Best VPNs for Japan

Internet censorship in Japan is largely unhindered, though in the wake of the 2012 Fukushima nuclear disaster there were concerted efforts to force Japanese internet users to remove material that may have been deemed controversial or detrimental to the countries image. There are no reports that the government engages in any form of email, private c... Read On

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