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The U.S. government shutdown causes privacy problems

In U.S. government shutdown, your privacy takes a hit

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Now well into its third week, the U.S. government shutdown has officially become the longest in history. More than...
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The 2019 ExpressVPN Scholarship is now accepting entries

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We are excited to announce that the fourth Future of Privacy Scholarship is now open for applications. Our essay topic...
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ExpressVPN survey: Americans doubt they’ll get more power over their data

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The vast majority of Americans want more control over who shares their personal data but are not confident that...
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Here’s why Australia’s cybersecurity bill is a terrible idea

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Despite international protest, Australia has passed a new bill that essentially outlaws encryption technology, making its population of 25...

Cloudy skies ahead: LA is suing the Weather Channel for selling...

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The city of LA is suing the Weather Company, a subsidiary of IBM, for secretly mining and selling user...
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4 Ways you can be identified through social media

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On social media, it is easy to forget who can see our posts. A pseudonym can protect us from...
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The 9 best ExpressVPN blogs of 2018

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2018 was a bumper year for ExpressVPN! Here's the best of 2018 from the best VPN blog in town: 1....’s People’s Choice: Vote quick to win a year’s VPN

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After winning’s Best Overall and Best Speed awards last year, ExpressVPN is in the running for this year’s...

Why do I need a VPN?

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Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) come in many forms. A physical private network is usually any network in which computer...
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4 ways to back up your data securely

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Photos, documents, saved video games, and old emails: We accumulate a lot of data throughout our lives. And just...

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