Interesting. From The Register: And that’s where the surprise came in – at least for those that believed a VPN is a complete protection: “Significantly, PureVPN was able to determine that their service was accessed by the same customer from two originating IP addresses” (those IP addresses were at Lin’s work and home addresses).
Ben Brooks wrote: The only way to now truly maintain internet privacy (once 45 signs this into law) — even at home — is to use a VPN… That said, there’s only two VPNs I recommend: Cloak, or Private Internet Access (PIA). If i’m to add something to his list of VPN to use, i’d recommend another approach entirely: self-managed VPN. The way it works is you buy a cheap Virtual Private Server (VPS), or […]
Tania Rascia wrote: If a website’s aim is to create as many pages as possible with click-bait titles in order to gain ad revenue, it may see some initial relative >success. However, people leaving the site right away (high bounce rate), a lack of people linking to the site (low referrals) and few people >directly visiting the site (low directs) will ultimately negatively factor into search ranking. Really well-written and sensible approach to SEO is […]