How to Access Pirate Bay Outside Australia: The Process

How to Access Pirate Bay Outside Australia

It is now impossible to access Pirate Bay and the other main torrenting sites in Australia using the conventional way. The Federal Court of Australia, in a ruling, has ordered all the ISPs in the country to block access to torrenting sites. However, the court did not rule that you cannot use a VPN to access sites in the country. Therefore, you can use a VPN to bypass restrictions and access Pirate Bay when you are in Australia. Here are the details of how you can do it. Continue reading “How to Access Pirate Bay Outside Australia: The Process”

3 Ways Anti-Encryption Laws May Affect the US Economy

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Congress and other activists have been waxing lyrical on the need for the federal government to act against encryption. The argument of many of these politicians has been that terrorists and other criminals use encryption to plan for attacks and crimes. However, it is important to look at the other side of the coin. Here are three important ways in which banning encryption may have an adverse effect on the US economy. Continue reading “3 Ways Anti-Encryption Laws May Affect the US Economy”

Minority Supporters Do Not Widely Express Their Opinions on Mass Surveillance

According to a recent study, there is a majority of people who do not want to oppose the public opinion. As a result, they do not reveal what they actually think and instead they tend to express the favorable opinion. Even though this is not something that they agree on, it is much easier for them to go with the flow and not express something opposite to the norm. Continue reading “Minority Supporters Do Not Widely Express Their Opinions on Mass Surveillance”

US Government’s domestic spying, EFF scores a blow

Government domestic spying EFF scores a blow

The group has been conceded disclosure for its situation against the National Security Agency.

Before we realized that the National Security Agency was spying so as to get its jollies by means of Prism, there was Jewel versus NSA. That case, recorded by Electronic Frontier Foundation, has gotten a support from California judge Jeffrey White who’s has conceded disclosure to the EFF – something the EFF says it’s been banished since 2008. Continue reading “US Government’s domestic spying, EFF scores a blow”

UK secretly clamps down on 90 torrent sites

UK secretly banned torrent sites

If you download or upload media through torrent sites like The Pirate Bay and its variations as well as Kickass Torrents among others, and you are from the UK then here’s some news for you; ISPs in the UK have been directed to close down all torrent sites. As of the writing of this post, 90 sites have been blacklisted, meaning they cannot be accessed from the UK. Continue reading “UK secretly clamps down on 90 torrent sites”