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Chinese citizens’ limited access to global websites looks set to end as VPNs get a full ban in 2018.
VPNs and Tor could come under new legislation in Russia banning them if they do not block sites at the government’s request.
Amid uncertainty regarding cryptocurrency trading, China has announced a formal ban on the unapproved use of virtual private networks (VPNs) within its borders.
Private Internet Access, a VPN provider, is saying goodbye to Russia because of a law that would force them to log their customers’ traffic for up to a year.
CoinTelegraph reviews VPN services TunnelBear and ShadeYouVPN, who accept payment in Bitcoins.
CoinTelegraph takes a look at Hide My Ass!, one of the long-time VPN leaders.
Operators of Coin.mx have been charged for working without a money transmission license; New York-based bitcoin exchange itBit launched its Global OTC Agency Trading Desk and more news
Cryptostorm, the VPN (virtual private network) service providers, revealed to CoinTelegraph that they’ve been using Bitcoin and Namecoin to power their portal to the Darknet for months, announcing native access to Tor, I2P and .bit websites.
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