The Investigatory Powers Bill, British Parliament November 2016.

Last Updated: On November 16th, the House of Lords approved the final version of the Investigatory Powers Bill. Nicknamed the “Snooper’s Charter,” the bill...
What is my IP address?

Do you know your IP address? It’s very easy to see, in fact, your IP address is broadcasting to the entire internet, right now. Which...
search engines invading your privacy

To make things easier for everyone, ExpressVPN has evaluated nine major search engines based on how invasive they are to your privacy. Six stood...
2016 top privacy movies

Last Updated: What do a former U.S. government contractor, an amnesiac spy, a super soldier with a large “A” on his forehead, and two...
Tor Vs VPN: What to use?

There's ongoing confusion about how VPNs and Tor compare in regards to privacy and anonymity and competing opinions on how and when it makes...
A VPN will make your internet better for cats

There are two indisputable truths about the internet; cats own it and a VPN will improve it. With that in mind, here are 5 ways...
Best security apps for iOS

Last Updated: The March 2016 court case of Apple vs. the FBI made it clear that it’s not easy to break into an iPhone. Alongside...
Which countries have the best internet privacy laws?

America and Britain like to position themselves as the global arbiters of freedom, democracy, and civil rights. But when it comes to internet privacy,...

Despite their shortcomings, passwords are still the de-facto standard for authentication on the web. ExpressVPN has already written about the benefits of creating secure passwords...
Facebook quizzes invade your privacy

Of course they can't, that’s absurd. But preposterous quiz titles such as these litter our Facebook walls, almost constantly. Respite is usually only in...