VPN: Why you should hide your IP address You've heard the advice before: Whether you're in the office or on the road, a VPN is one of the best ways to protect yourself on the internet. But how effective are VPNs? What's the best one for you? What are the downsides? Our executive guide aims to answer all your VPN-related questions -- including a few you probably haven't thought about before.What is a VPN? VPN is an acronym for Virtual Private Network. The purpose of a VPN is to provide you with security and privacy as you communicate over the internet.Read also: Online security 101: Tips for protecting your privacy from hackers and spies Here's the problem with the internet: It's inherently insecure. When the internet was first designed, the priority was to be able to send packets (chunks of data) as reliably as possible. Networking across the country and the world was relatively new, and nodes often went down. Most of the internet's core protocols (methods of communicating) were … [Read more...] about VPN services 2018: The ultimate guide to protecting your data on the internet
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Facebook, Google, and Twitter filed a legal brief on Monday, contending that Internet service providers (ISPs) such as Comcast or Verizon should not be able to censor content, while they reserve the right to censor content themselves. The Internet Association (IA), a trade association representing Facebook, Google, and Twitter, filed a legal brief with 22 state attorneys general to challenge the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) repeal of the agency’s 2015 net neutrality rule.The Internet Association believes that the country needs net neutrality because the broadband market is not competitive enough to allow consumers to switch between ISPs if they disagree with their policies. While the IA argues that ISPs have a monopolistic control over the broadband market, a Wall Street Journal article pointed out that Google drives 89 percent of Internet search, Google and Facebook absorbed 63 percent of online ad spending last year, and Google and Apple provide 99 … [Read more...] about Facebook, Google, Twitter Fight Net Neutrality: ISPs Shouldn’t Censor, But We Can
How to use a VPN on Android What with the introduction of mandatory metadata retention laws for ISPs in Australia, it's fast becoming common practice for digital citizens to employ VPNs – that is, virtual private networks – to conceal their online tracks from Big Brandis and Uncle Sam.It's not that I or other concerned citizens have anything to hide, it's just that other people don't have the right to log, view, and make judgement on every single thing I do online.Even if you don't think that the government will have any interest in what you're doing online, if you use your phone at internet cafes or wifi hotspots, a VPN is a great way to protect you from users on the same network that may have intentions that are less than pure.Further, if you're connecting to an open wifi network (that is, one that you don't type in a password to initially connect to), almost all of your data is out there floating on the airwaves, ready to be snapped up by any machine nearby.With … [Read more...] about Get VPN on Android devices in a few steps
posted on yesterday, 10:21 10 1. toukale (Posts: 327; Member since: 10 Jun 2015) Samsung 4K 5min cap is crap. What is that about? I am assuming the cpu can't maintained its power for longer than that. iPhones 8/X have no such limitation, what gives? I shoot all my videos in 4k these days. posted on yesterday, 10:50 3 5. Humanoid (Posts: 388; Member since: 11 Dec 2017) XZ Premium can record 4K 30fps more than 3 hours. posted on yesterday, 11:24 2 13. Boast_Rider (Posts: 271; Member since: 14 Sep 2017) 4k isn't encoded on CPUs. Those phones would crap out if it actually was. There are proper encode blocks on the SoC for doing this stuff, which uses fixed function logic actually etched on the die to carry it out, much much more efficiently than a CPU ever could. posted on yesterday, 12:30 0 21. sgodsell (Posts: 5864; Member since: 16 Mar 2013) It's not the CPU per say. As a matter of fact most mobile SoCs have ISP (image signal processors) which grab … [Read more...] about Comments for : 4K 60 FPS recording or Super slow motion? Which of these camera features is more important to you?
posted on 26 Dec 2017, 05:48 3 1. KillerKeyboard (Posts: 369; Member since: 21 Nov 2013) TMo... posted on 26 Dec 2017, 05:56 4 2. Soundjudgment (Posts: 249; Member since: 10 Oct 2016) T-Mobile. Naaaaturally. posted on 26 Dec 2017, 06:38 2 3. Jrod99 (Posts: 250; Member since: 15 Jan 2016) Wow. That many people enjoy bending over. Never again Verizon. Go ________ yourself. posted on 26 Dec 2017, 13:59 4 22. applesnapple93 (Posts: 155; Member since: 06 Jan 2016) nah, we're just not broke and can afford what we want. posted on 27 Dec 2017, 16:08 0 40. southernzombie (Posts: 255; Member since: 17 Jan 2017) ooooo. nice burn posted on 28 Dec 2017, 00:02 0 41. fastfreddy123 (Posts: 38; Member since: 25 Mar 2017) so you like paying more for a network that throttles speeds.https://www.theverge.com/2017/8/22/16181362/verizon-new-unlimited-data-plan-video-throttling-net-neutrality. posted on 04 Jan 2018, 17:12 0 46. Bernoulli … [Read more...] about Comments for : Verizon vs AT&T vs Sprint vs T-Mobile: Which is your preferred US carrier in 2017?