(PRWEB) August 15, 2013
In an article published by the Washington Post on June 06th 2013, http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-06-06/news/39784046_1_prism-nsa-u-s-servers, they featured a report by the London’s Guardian newspaper which stated that the GCHQ, Britain’s equivalent of the NSA, might also be secretly gathering intelligence from the same internet companies through the operation set up by the NSA.
According to documents obtained by the Guardian, as per the Washington Post's report, PRISM would appear to allow GCHQ to circumvent the formal legal process required in Britain to seek personal material such as emails, photos and videos from an internet company based outside the country.
With governments purported to be colluding on making such invasions on their citizenry, as reported by the article published by the Washington Post on June 06th 2013, http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2013-06-06/news/39784046_1_prism-nsa-u-s-servers, the VPN technology which proXPN provides becomes even more essential as it is created to guard against such invasions providing browsers with a high level of security that encrypts ones data and makes their IP anonymous to the public. VPN becomes a highly advisable tool especially in such uncertain environments as created by government surveillance programs like PRISM.
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