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Our Top 10 list takes a look at some of this year’s most alarming censorship events in countries around the world.
We co-authored a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook in which we outlined our concerns and requests, asking Apple for more transparency and less complicity with dangerous censorious practices.
Many are shaking their heads at Apple’s willingness to not only condone but comply with stringent and censorious requirements imposed by China
The VyprVPN iOS app “will be removed from the China App Store because it includes content that is illegal in China for legal reasons.”
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Article claims China is planning to block SD-WAN and VPN traffic imminently this Friday, January 11.
Researchers from RSA have discovered that hacker groups have been using VPN server networks based in China to launch attacks.
We believe that the world must always be at their fingertips, and therefore we are temporarily adding our proprietary Chameleon protocol to all VyprVPN accounts free of charge as we solve this technical issue.
The Internet experience in China is not the same as the Internet experience in other parts of the world.
A partner of Amazon.com in China has sent out notifications to users of Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers reminding them not to use “illegal” VPN technology to circumvent censorship imparted under the GFW.
The Chinese government announces a full-on VPN ban to take effect early next year.
A new anti-terror law, which includes provisions for Internet surveillance, went into effect in China on January 1.
The Chinese government has finally come out and said it: VPN services are not allowed without authorization.
The Chinese government began blocking some VyprVPN connections on the morning of June 20th around 5am CST.
The Chinese government began blocking VyprVPN connections for the third time this month on the night of June 24th at 10pm CST, then made another attempt around 2am CST the morning of June 25th.
China started blocking the OpenVPN protocol today around 2:30am CST, in their latest round of VPN-related blocking.
The Chinese Government began aggressively blocking VyprVPN iOS connections today at around 7am CST.
China is now blocking access to popular messaging service WhatsApp. This move comes in advance of next month’s Communist Party Congress (we’ll be writing more about this next week – stay tuned).
The latest news out of China reveals censorship continues to expand and impact services beyond the Internet