The Best VPNs For Pakistan

by Grey One •

We recommend these VPN providers for those in Pakistan: Private Internet Access (server in Hong Kong, excellent support, good privacy policy, allows torrenting, inexpensive) VPN.ACĀ uses TLS-authentication to mask OpenVPN handshake packets (thus hiding it from Deep Packet Inspection) You can read full reviews of these services in our article The Best VPNs. The Details: VPNs For Pakistan Last year, Pakistan …

VPN vs. Tor Comparison Chart

by Tracy Knauer •

If you want to stay private online or beat Internet censorship, should you use a VPN, Tor or both? Keep reading for a comparison of VPN services and Tor. VPNs and Tor are different types of services. But their feature sets overlap in certain areas. They can both be useful for circumventing censorship and for increasing privacy. The following tables …

Pakistan’s Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill (PECB) Law Could Increase Censorship

by Tracy Knauer •

Pakistan’s Prevention of Electronic Crimes Bill (PECB), a draft law that regulates Internet-related technology and content, could radically increase the government’s censorship abilities, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. The bill, which was rewritten last April, provides the government with powers to control how people use various types of electronic technology, including the Internet and websites. Here is the document …

FCC Rejects “Do Not Track” Petition, and It’s a Good Thing

by Tracy Knauer •

“Do Not Track” requests from Web users will continue to have little real meaning in the wake of a recent FCC ruling that does not require websites to respect the requests. The ruling was a response to a petition that the group Consumer Watchdog created. The petition called upon the FCC, which regulates Internet communications in the United States, to …