Ever since Congress killed FCC’s internet privacy regulations and U.S. President Trump signed the bill which would allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to sell your Internet browsing history to advertisers, there has been an overnight surge in netizens rushing to sign up for VPNs.
If you clicked on this headline, you may have already had an inkling of it. You would have probably also heard in the news of the numerous media sites and blogs which are suspiciously blocked, especially whenever an election rolls around.
You have probably heard by now about the massive hack which hit Yahoo in 2014 but had only been announced last week. The cyberattack which occurred two years ago has exposed the email addresses, telephone numbers, scrambled passwords and other information of half a billion users, although Yahoo has not given a precise timeline explaining when exactly it knew about the 2014 cyberattack.
One of the best reasons to subscribe to a VPN service is to unlock access to library content on streaming services across all regions. However, it seems that due to this very reason, the Singaporean government is looking into reviewing VPN technology as part of proposed changes to their Copyright Law.