When talking about cybercrimes, the first thing that comes to mind are those hooded people hacking somebody’s computer. While this is a valid example, cybercrime is more than that. In a nutshell, cybercrime refers to… Read More »16 Cyber Crime Statistics That Will Convince You To Get a VPN!
Four Megaupload executives—founder Kim Dotcom and his colleagues Mathias Ortmann, Bram van der Kolk, and Finn Batato—are set to make their final plea to New Zealand’s Supreme Court to avoid extradition to the US. The… Read More »Kim Dotcom Extradition Trial to Begin Today in New Zealand
Russia is infamous when it comes to banning websites. Numerous sites with pirated content, radical ideas, critical posts, and “banned information” have already been blacklisted in the country. Many service providers—including a few VPNs—which operate… Read More »Russian VPN Block to Begin Soon: Be Prepared!
Surfshark VPN is getting ready to release two new features for its VPN client which will push it beyond the normal VPN feature set. This exciting development will see them launch these features by mid-June.… Read More »Surfshark Adds New VPN Privacy Features to App
Not all VPN providers have browser extensions, with ExpressVPN among those rare providers having this feature. The renowned VPN company just updated its browser extension for Chrome and Firefox. The extension has a new look… Read More »ExpressVPN Browser Extension Updated: Our Review & Thoughts
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
Certain stream-ripping sites have been effectively blocked by strict court orders from the Federal Court in Australia. Local Australian ISPs—Telstra, Foxtel, Optus, TPG, Vodafone, and their subsidiaries—were forced to implement these orders after the Australian… Read More »Stream-ripping Sites Blocked By Court Demands in Australia
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