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Apple removed several privacy apps in China — now two senators are demanding answers
"United States Senators Ted Cruz and Patrick Leahy this week sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook demanding answers after the iPhone maker removed a number of privacy-providing apps from its Chinese App Store.

In the letter, the senators said China had an 'abysmal' human rights record with respect to freedom of expression and free access to information online and offline.

Cruz and Leahy wrote they were concerned that Apple 'may be enabling the Chinese government's censorship and surveillance of the Internet.'

Apple declined to comment specifically on the letter." - Saheli Roy Choudhury, CNBC
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yesterday by dmcdev
VPN Report | Honest reviews of the top VPNs
I tested the most recommended VPN providers using my credit card to find the best ones — and which ones you should avoid.
vpn  security  reference 
2 days ago by zool
Routing specific traffic to the VPN on OS X – Rob Allen's DevNotes
Q: I have a client that requires me to use a VPN when connecting to their servers. I use OS X's built in L2TP VPN to connect, but don't want all my traffic going that way. [...]
2014  blogpost  macosx  networking  vpn  configuration  sysadmin  howto  tips  example  darwin 
3 days ago by ezequiel
ProtonVPN: Secure and Free VPN service for protecting your privacy
ProtonVPN is a security focused VPN service, developed by CERN and MIT scientists. Use the web anonymously, unblock websites & encrypt your connection.
vpn  security  privacy  free 
3 days ago by pmbanka

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