Best Priced VPN?


A while back I wrote a post on what I believed to be the Best VPN for Mac users. At the time of writing that post MacSentry only had servers in 5 major cities. That post also offered new users a 50% discount! That discount probably made it the best priced VPN. Unfortunately that offer expired in February.

Cyber Special Best Priced VPN

best price for VPNSince then MacSentry now has servers in 18 cities! Not only that, as an affiliate I’ve just been notified of their special which surely puts them way up there as far as best priced VPN is concerned.

Their latest VPN Promo is offering new customers a whole year of safe, secure, online surfing for only $24.99. You have to be quick though because this offer runs out this Saturday 2nd December. There are some very important reasons listed on their site as to why everyone should be using a VPN (Virtual Private Network)

Secure Connection

This is especially important for those of you who use public wi-fi as this is when you’re most likely to be hacked! With a VPN you no longer have to worry about someone stealing your identity, hacking your passwords or misappropriating personal data that your uploading or downloading. Best thing is that once a member you can protect your Mac, iPhone or iPad.

Best Priced VPN

Increased privacy

With a VPN no-one will ever know who you are. No more having to worry about big brother spying on you, trying to see what sitesyou’re visiting. With a VPN you’re like a super sleuth Ninja that absolutely no-one can keep tabs on.

Unrestricted Internet

Their site says this about unrestricted Internet: “Unrestricted and unlimited access to all your favorite sites like Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter from anywhere. Prevent websites you visit targeting you with manipulative prices and messages.”

A VPN can actually take you to places that have been previously denied to you because of where you live! I know it used to annoy the shit out of me because certain sites were denied to me because I lived in Australia. I don’t know if that has ever happened to you but if it has then a VPN is the answer to this problem.

Remember, you chance at snatching the best priced VPN is limited so click this LINK to get it now.

Oh, if you’re a Window user, don’t fret, they now have a Windows version of their VPN software.

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VPN For Your Online Security


A lot of shit can happen to innocent users which is why so many are looking to VPN for their online security. This is especially true if you’re tired of people virtually spying on what you’re doing on the Internet!

How Does A VPN Work?

How Does VPN Work

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A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, connects two computers securely and privately over the internet. So, once you’ve joined a VPN client you connect to a VPN server on another computer and by using encryption and other security measures, all your online activity is being hidden from those unwanted prying eyes. Just to be clear, this means no-one can see which websites you visit, what you download, or whether you use Skype, bit torrent, or any other applications!

Being an Aussie I was attracted to NordVPN.

NordVPN works at the TCP/IP level, which means all your applications are secured, not just your web browser. VPN service can protect your whole system and network, including your mobile phone, tablet, and even TV. It also protects all your applications, such as your web browser, Skype, Facebook app, online poker software, etc.

NordVPN uses military-grade encryption to hide your traffic from prying eyes. It’s fast, with low ping times, and our servers are designed to withstand heavy traffic, making them ideal for fast Internet browsing, HD video streaming, secure VoIP, and more.

Checking out their website I discovered that they’ve been offering their VPN services for over ten years, That is so important when looking for a reliable VPN provider. Something else that’s really important is a VPN provider that allows easy installation on your computer or device.With  NordVPN all you do is download and run one file. That’s it! It’s so easy that “anyone can set up our software and get online in seconds. NordVPN supports any device, including Android devices, iPhones, iPads, game consoles, Macs, and PCs. There are no bandwidth limits, so no matter what device you use, you never have to keep your eye on a meter.”

Most people don’t like to join any online company unless they come with some form of recommendations. NordVPN has been reviewed in torrentfreak.com, vpncompare.co.uk, vpncoupons.com, vpnfighter.com, vpncreative.net, bestvpnservice.com, proxybay.info, securitybydefault.com, vpnsp.com, schoolofprivacy.eu, top-anonymity.com, vpnpaid.com, as well as other outlets.

What’s even better is they’re PCMag’s editor choice, and you can get a VPN account for only $3 for a limited time as there is only a limited number left!

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When The Courts Get It Wrong


Do courts get it wrong when coming out with their judgments? The obvious answer to the question, do courts get it wrong is yes! Why? Because courts are presided over by judges and judges are human. We all know that humans are fallible and they’re prone to making mistakes. The trouble is that there are times when those mistakes are so bad they’re laughable.

The Courts Get It Wrong With The Woolworth’s Case

Courts get it wrong with woolworths

The following is one of those cases. It all began when this man, Steven Willmott, decided he was being discriminated against whilst applying online for a petrol station console operator’s position. Apparently he found three of the questions offensive.

What makes the ruling of this case totally unbelievable is those questions were;

  1. His date of birth
  2. His gender
  3. Proof of his right to work in Australia

These questions were mandatory, as they usually are, and because he didn’t want to answer them he decided to take Woolworths to court and won! Can you believe that? How in hell can those questions be considered as being discriminatory? Lets look at them individually?

The question of age is very necessary because certain jobs require you to be over 18 to be eligible.

The question of gender? OK, a woman might find that discriminatory if she thought she might not get the job because of her gender  but that would be a pretty big stretch,

The third question, proving his right to work in Australia, as far as I’m concerned it totally legitimate. “The company argued that it had a legislative responsibility not to employ unlawful non-citizens, as defined in the Commonwealth Migration Act.” I would have thought that alone would have exonerated them as far as the third point was concerned. Besides, why wouldn’t you divulge that information?

The reason for came about after reading the following article. After some research I managed to find another article where Steven Willmott defended his actions. Apparently it had more to do with his fear of identity theft than anything else. This was because he was required to present his birth certificate, passport and driver’s licence as part of the application.

That kind of makes a bit more sense but even so I feel the judge got it wrong. What do you think?

 

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