CyberGhost VPN Becomes Data Privacy Day Champion

Every year, on January 28, Data Privacy Day (DPD) is celebrated and today is that day of the year. This year we decided to be a Data Privacy Day Champion, which means that CyberGhost VPN recognizes and supports the principle that organizations, businesses and government all share the responsibility to be conscientious stewards of data by respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.
Data Privacy Day, is an international awareness effort to encourage Internet users to consider the privacy implications of their online actions and motivate all companies to make the protection of privacy and data a greater priority. CyberGhost VPN is joining the growing effort among international organizations, corporations, educational institutions, government entities and municipalities across the globe to promote privacy awareness.

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Happy Blocking 2014

One of the best little presents Claire Perry and David Cameron welcome you with to 2014 is website blocking, coming to your home now and bringing you many reasonable Internet blockages like ‘Respect your Partner’, ‘Childline’ and other threats your wise government wants to protect your children’s souls from. Besides real offenses, of course, which no one doubts anyway. Now, does it make sense to protect a child from explicit material? Absolutely! Does it also make sense to implement a huge filter system right into the heart of the Internet – with or without best intentions? Well, besides the fact that the road to hell is paved with good intentions: Absolutely not!
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Kick off 2014 with Our Premium Offer For Less Than Half Price

Ah, that time of year again! Holidays just passed, and you’re looking forward to the opportunity of a fresh start, to changing some old habits and improving some aspects of your life.  You’re ready to get everything right in 2014 down to the smallest detail.

And because the number of hours in a day you spend online is fairly high, you should definitely do something about your online privacy. How about that content on which you always miss out because it’s not available in your country? And what measures do you take to protect yourself from cyber criminals or nosy people snooping through your personal data and constantly meddling in your business? Continue reading