Jonathan Beesly

Jonathan is the main author at Anonymania.com. He regularly publishes posts that aim to introduce better cyber-security practices to the masses.
News

Nigeria Blocks Twitter – The Social Media Oppression Begins?

Social media platforms have been in a constant battle with governments’ regulations for quite some time now. Many countries have…

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How To Guides

How to Get Binge Australia Overseas

Lately, the Australian streaming industry has been growing a lot. And thanks to big names like Foxtel, this growth doesn’t…

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Sports

How to Watch UEFA Euro 2020 Live Online

The European Football Championship is designated as the second-best tournament in the world after the World Cup. It’s held every…

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Reviews

VPNJack: No Apps, No Registration, Low Prices, but Not Many Reasons to Use

This week we’re going to be doing something different. Instead of the traditional type VPN that we’ve been focused on…

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Reviews

WorldVPN Has Been Around Since 2006, but Still Feels in Beta

I found WorldVPN to be an interesting case. The provider gives a new meaning to the phrase ‘bare bones’. The…

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How To Guides

How to Watch Virgin TV Go Outside the UK

To people who spend most of their time on Virgin Radio, you probably want to shift your focus to TV…

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Reviews

PrivateVPN: Rough Around the Edges, Mediocre Support, But Blazingly Fast

There’s very little to say about PrivateVPN’s interface. The main page allows you to choose a server and connect. It…

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Reviews

StrongVPN: Decent Service, But Simply Not Worth Its Price

StrongVPN began as a small retailer for personal computers in South Lake Tahoe, California, in 1994. The company slowly increased…

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Reviews

Goose VPN Still Has a Long Way to Go

“An accessible VPN provider who really listens to its customers.” That’s GOOSE VPN’s motto. The company places a lot of…

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Reviews

TunnelBear: Simple & Easy to Use Service, But Perhaps Too Simple for Some

Even if you can’t bear puns, TunnelBear’s interface makes it worthwhile. Similar to HMA, the company adopts an anthropomorphized animal…

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