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If I use a VPN. Will my parental control still work?

One question we get asked a lot is will VPN work with parental control. We explain why it works and why it is an excellent idea for your home online protection. 

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COVID19 changed internet safety teaching for schools forever.

Internet safety thinking and the way it is talked about in schools needs major change since COVID19. Parents have new concerns, kids have new usage patterns and gaming has grown hugely. Social Media, bullying haven't gone away either. It is time for a change. 

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Why Nord VPN is better than Vypr VPN - True Story

We tried using Vypr VPN on BBC iPlayer on a Saturday. Vyper VPN didn't work and there was no support service available. Nord VPN worked immediately and have 24/7 service. Vyper never responded. 

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What Is a VPN, and Why You Need One

The United States is letting ISPs, your internet supplier (Internet service provider) sell your personal data.
The Europeans are no better, slow to enforce the new GDPR. In the meantime, so more money will be made from your internet details. Here's how to protect yourself. The time for VPN is now, here is why!

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Why VPNs Are Suddenly Everywhere, Picking the Best One!

VPN companies promise to help protect you, but how can you know which of the many available services are trustworthy? And why the heck do you suddenly need one? But doing a VPN right isn’t so easy. And you definitely don't want a Chinese VPN. Here's why you should seriously consider one and some thoughts on which you should get one

 

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Ransomware to pay or not to pay.

Ransomware, although surprisingly amateur sometimes, is very effective. It is business poison, a no-win situation. Pay, don't pay, no one is right. Governments don't usually pay but can afford to wait. Businesses do not have this luxury, can't afford to wait and pay. Most don't report the breach or ransomware attack to the relevant authorities, despite laws that require them to do so. 

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COVID19 - Internet Usage up 50% causing spike in Internet usage

Shopping on VPN is safer

Contactless payments have come of age, the cashless society gets closer and closer with shops refusing to handle cash during COVID19 lockdown and many shops will go cashless from now on. Using your phone to shop online and in-person is the new norm. Banks wish that cash would disappear, it costs a fortune to provide customers with cash and threatens staff safety. Online payment is convenient, yet we the public do almost nothing to secure our device safety online.

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Installing Freedome VPN on iPhone

Here is how you install Freedome VPN on iPhone.

To watch the BBC iPlayer, follow these steps for installing on an iPhone. Apple has changed things up a little on the iPhone. Follow these steps.

Before VPN this is how it looks.. The BBC

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What VPN means to the Champions League, 6 Nations and US Netflix.

VPN magic that brings you BBC iPlayer, Ronaldo, US NetFlix on your device

If you are travelling, overseas and the kids are missing 'Love Island', or you want to see watch champions league in English on your sky sports channel. Watch 6 Nations on BBC or ITV.  You need a VPN and that's before you even consider the technical stuff like battery saving and protecting your personal details like email, phone number, credit card details.

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9 TIPS TO EXTEND YOUR PHONES BATTERY LIFE!

When you've had your smartphone for a year or more, your battery will have degraded a bit, that's natural however there is plenty you can do to extend its life. Some people say that the lithium batteries used to control our lives, gadgets are intended to reduce after time. Apple even confessed to hindering older iPhones battery life to boost new phone sales.  

Yes, Apple intentionally destroyed their customer's Phones, and very little was done about it.

Assuming, that you'd preferably save your money rather than hand over all your money to Apple or Samsung. Here are some ideas to squeeze some more juice out of your Phone. And the good news is, you don’t have to do all of these, try some first and then some more

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