VPNs are becoming mainstream around the world - for example, survey says two-thirds of tech workers are using one
NEW YORK, November 10, 2017 (Newswire.com) - American ISPs can now sell user data to third parties without consent, and in the U.K., extreme surveillance was legalized last year through Investigatory Powers Act. Russia keeps adding new websites to its blacklist, and in China, it’s impossible to access Google, Facebook or LinkedIn.
Consumers are becoming more aware of various internet restrictions — whether by governments or ISPs — and the increased dangers of being hacked. As a result, the use of VPNs — Virtual Private Networks — is skyrocketing. VPNs allow Internet users to browse Internet privately and hide IP addresses, preventing most common practices of tracking.
“Throughout this year, we have seen a significant growth of clients around the world,” said Marty P. Kamden, CMO of NordVPN. “Our users in the U.S. and U.K. have tripled, the Chinese market has been exploding, and we also see significant growth in many other countries, including France, Germany, Belgium and many others. Since Russia is adding new internet and VPN restrictions, the numbers of our users from Russia have doubled in one week. We will do everything in our power to provide people around the world with access to unrestricted and secure Internet.”
NordVPN believes that any attempt to regulate the Internet will be ineffective, but that governments will continue with their efforts to put pressure on internet providers as well as VPNs. Consumers will soon find out which VPNs remain faithful to their values of providing access to free and private Internet - and these VPNs will prevail.
“NordVPN has a strict no-log policy – so everything that users share online while connected to NordVPN is invisible even to us,” said Marty P. Kamden. “We have also dramatically improved the appearance and usability of our apps, adapting our product to an average Internet user. It’s enough to press the ON button in order to connect to the closest VPN server. A separate country list allows to select a country that a user wants to connect to, and a detailed server list is also available for more options.”
This month, NordVPN offers the best Cyber Month deal: 77 percent off, meaning three years of online security for just $2.75 per month.
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NordVPN is the world’s most advanced VPN service provider that is more security oriented than most VPN services. It offers double VPN encryption and anti DDoS. The product is very user friendly, offers one of the best prices on the market, has over 1,100 servers worldwide and is P2P friendly. One of the key features of NordVPN is zero log policy. www.nordvpn.com