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Spark has a simple mission to help you chose the best VPN without any bias. Which VPN do I use? See it here!

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Are you part of the IT team looking for a new VPN for the office? A lot of corporate VPNs aren’t that good, as you might have found out from personal experience. Private VPNs that have introduced business models are worth a look since they have experience dealing with tons of customers and maintaining good speeds over a wide server framework. However, that said, not all business VPNs operate...[Read More]

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If you love using BBC iPlayer around the world through VPN, or inside the UK, you might be disappointed coming September 1 of 2016. The reason being that BBC iPlayer is now requiring a TV license to watch or download ANY programmers on demand as well as catch-up TV on BBC iPlayer. In the past, users did not need a TV license to watch catch-up programs–only live programs, but that is now no l...[Read More]

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Pokemon Go is bringing everyone back to the first generation of Pokemon–where collecting a Charizard card was more important than your allowance. At this point, Pokemon Go is pretty much live everywhere across the world which means everyone can walk the streets with their phone and collect Pokemon without having to worry about geo-restrictions. However, just because Pokemon Go is active ever...[Read More]

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VPN News of the Week 3 Welcome to our third week of exciting VPN News! If you’re looking for a VPN, check out our top 5 VPNs! Using a VPN in the UAE can Get you $545k Fine The President in the United Arab Emirates has now issued federal laws that prevent ANYONE from using a VPN. A VPN or proxy user can be imprisoned and fined between $136,000 and $545,000 if they are found using VPNs fraudul...[Read More]

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OneVPN offers a 4-year subscription for 1$ a month! Is this new VPN worth using in 2016? Or does this "fastest VPN in the universe" have some work ahead of it to catch up to some beefy competitors?

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OneVPN is a new VPN this year launched May 20th with their free service. Now, they released their paid version just a week ago on July 20th. A lot of older VPNs have bit the dust, and some newer VPNs don’t have enough features to compete with some VPNs that continue to dominate the marketplace with large servers and tons of integrated features that are hard to compete with (TorGuard and ExpressVPN...[Read More]

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If you aren’t aware, VPNs are often used to spoof locations or change your virtual identity/location. This is done because connecting through a virtual private network virtually connects your computer to a remote server with a different IP and thus different virtual location. So if you’re using one of the best VPNs, you can connect to a server in virtually any location and appear like ...[Read More]

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Welcome to our second VPN News roundup! In this article, we found all of the best news for you to get caught up in the VPN world. If you need a VPN, check out this great top 5 list. KickAss Torrents CEO Captured KickAssTorrents is one of the largest torrent websites in the world–if not the largest. According to our research, they even get more search queries than the ThePiratebay. This Wedne...[Read More]

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Welcome to our first VPN News roundup. We plan on doing this every week so you can stay up to date with major VPN providers. Subscribe to our newsletter to get updates as they come! SaferVPN Releases New Windows App SaferVPN has just released a new version of their Windows app. This application has a new design which supposedly makes it easier to adjust settings, change virtual location or just co...[Read More]

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Recently we covered a story on Private Internet Access leaving Russia. In this article, we noted how Private Internet Access claimed it was getting out of Russia to uphold it’s no logging policy–but we also noted how the whole thing was a bit fishy. There are many places like Russia that retain data logs–places like Australia, Canada, or even India that Private Internet Access still ha...[Read More]

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Private Internet Access is one of our favorite VPNs here for many reasons. They are extremely cheap per month (only $6.95), and their yearly subscription is only $39.95. For that, you get great speeds, tons of servers, and great clients that are reliable. They even have decent live chat and an active forum community. However, like all VPN providers–there’s often a catch. For Private In...[Read More]

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Netflix has been getting more and more aggressive with the VPN block. They’ve put considerable pressure on a lot of VPNs, which has made a lot of VPNs give up the fight. VPNs like CactusVPN, HideIPVPN, and even proxy or DNS servers like UnblockUS and Unotelly have been completely gutted long ago. Does NordVPN work with Netflix? So you might be here hoping that NordVPN works with Netflix

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