Australia is one of the countries where the government is trying to increase Internet censorship.
Tony Abbott, the Australian Prime Minister, has announced they are working with mobile phone companies (such as Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, and their resellers) to install “adult content” filters on their phone services and ISP connections. Some years ago the Australian government banned more than 500 sites.
The Internet should be open to secure communications, on-line surfing and data transfer. Most Australians support this idea.
According to the research, young Australians are embracing measures to protect themselves on-line. 46% use secure email services, 16% use Tor or VPNs for anonymous web browsing and 50% set the browser to disable or turn off cookies.
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The main reasons Australians use VPNs:
· Visit Torrent sites and download files
· On-line streaming content like Netflix, Pandora, Hulu, or Slacker Radio
· Protect privacy
While choosing a VPN provider, Australians should look for a service that preferably isn’t based in one of the Five Eyes country (Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, or the United States).
Privatoria, being a resident of Czech Republic, offers low cost complex security solution that includes:
· Anonymous E-mail
VPNs, not only avoid on-line restrictions, but they also encrypt all of your traffic. This means that nobody can track your online surfing, communication and data transfer. Even if your ISP blocks access to a site, by using a VPN, it won’t be visible that you are using that site or service.
For saving privacy in communication on-line, feel free to use Privatoria’s Anonymous Email service and Secure Chat solutions. What you are waiting for? 🙂
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