VPNs Protect Your Online Activity
Privacy, Anonymity, and Freedom through cryptography.
If you intend to keep your networking safe, use VPN technology!
There are plenty of people who would be pleased to tap your network connection and steal your passwords. There are also plenty who are willing to access your private communications (email, voip calls, instant messaging, video or image downloads, and other data). You can freely give up your private data, subject yourself to intimate surveillance, and risk identity theft. You can also choose to protect yourself from such intrusions. A VPN will encrypt your incoming and outgoing data so that local snoopers cannot read it.
If you want to be free, unblock your internet with the help of VPN technology!
Tyrants and dictators thrive on controlling information within their countries. Regimes that can't survive on merit will protect their power with deception protected by censorship. Paranoid regimes will block social networks, impede electronic business activity, and limit access to all sorts of person-to-person discourse the internet.
Access Overseas Television and Radio with a new IP Address!
Some media sites, government services, and financial institutions block access from foreign internet users. To use these sites, one must have an IP address within the country. Internet TV sites like Hulu.com don't work for overseas users unless they connect through a VPN. Some search engines also filter content based on the user's country. Getting true, uncensored search engine results often requires using a VPN. A VPN will provide encrypted, censor-proof connections through desirable in-country IP addresses.
If you want anonymity, have it through VPN technology!
Nearly all websites, email portals, and social networks record users' IP addresses. This data can taken by authorities and used to trace the identity of anyone posting on forums, sending emails, or watching videos on a tube site. To keep one's real identity hidden, a VPN service handily shows a different IP address to websites. VPN services are essential tools for anyone sending or receiving sensitive information - journalists, corporate whistleblowers, and political informants. Don't get caught sending your Wikileaks documents from your home IP address!