PureVPN saves Chinese New Year as Govt causes trouble

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The  year 2015 will be the year of the Goat for China. China is going to bathe in fireworks and celebrations this Chinese New Year, but Houston, we have a problem…

PureVPN saves Chinese New Year

 

This Chinese New Year, the Chinese government is launching an assault on online privacy by requiring internet users to sign up with their real names. PureVPN is retaliating with improved and much better services for its Chinese users!

PureVPN will enable you to enjoy endless access to all the blocked services. Best part? Well, you won’t have to register with your original name!

This Chinese New Year’s Bad Omen

The Chinese government is giving the people a rather unpleasant gift this New Year.  It has decided to go a step beyond belief by requiring all Chinese users to register with their real names when signing up for internet services. This measure is meant to help the government keep a close eye on internet users in China. This means that you cannot use a nickname on your forums, blogs or messaging services any more.

In a crack down on online freedom tools frequently used by Chinese internet users, the Chinese government blocked Astrill, GoldenFrog and StrongVPN.

 

PureVPN brings New Year Blessings of Online Freedom & Anonymity

In a crack down on online freedom tools frequently used by Chinese internet users, the Chinese government blocked Astrill, GoldenFrog and StrongVPN.

Fortunately, the best (top-tier) VPN services still remain unblocked and unparalleled. These VPN services work by cloaking the users’ original IP address with an IP address from any (chosen) region in the world.

While some VPN services are struggling to stay off the Chinese government’s radar, services like PureVPN boast exceptional have managed to stand fast in the face of VPN blocking measures.

 

PureVPN has 450+ servers in around 90 countries, giving you the power of over 70,000 IP addresses to ensure your anonymity. In addition, unlimited data/bandwidth and a multi-login capacity for 5 devices make PureVPN an ideal tool for Chinese internet users and expats.

 

China’s Future Prospects

China has come a long way in terms of information technology. But while it is recognized as one of the world’s leading exporters of technology, restrictions on internet usage have kept Chinese cyberspace isolated from the rest of the world.

 

As if the Great Firewall wasn’t enough?!

The Great Firewall of China is known for keepings Chinese cyberspace isolated from the rest of the world’s online community. The Great Firewall manages to keep data created by users in China isolated from that which is created by the rest of the world.

Chinese Internet Service Providers should be working on New Year offerings and discounts this time of the year. Instead, they are scrambling to cope up with the ordeal of convincing their users to sign up with their real names.

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