(PRWEB) September 12, 2013
According to a report in the International Business Times on the 22nd of August 2013 (http://www.ibtimes.com/mexican-government-proposes-law-limit-government-transparency-access-information-1395913), Mexico's transparency laws are in danger. As reported, the Mexican Congress passed a series of amendments that could seriously limit the public's access to government information if the Senate votes the same as the other chamber did.
The report went on to add that the proposed amendments by the governing Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI) will take some autonomy away from the Instituto Federal de Acceso a la Información (Federal Institution of Access to Information, or IFAI) in matters of security, economic stability and human rights.
ProXPN is stepping out to be heard and making their declaration be known that during these times of need they will play their part in helping Mexicans have the liberties they rightful should in regards to freedom of access to information.
They continue to encourage the Mexican nationals and any user world over to embrace VPN technology such as ProXPN’s VPN services which enables its users when connected to the internet through ProXPN to browse anonymously. This privacy is created through an exclusive internet subset securing the user even further as it masks ones physical location also allowing the user to access any website or web service they want, no matter where they are in the world.
Founded in 2009, proXPN is a leading VPN provider. Unlike other services they offer free accounts. Unlike the SaaS standard practice of time-based free trials, a proXPN free VPN account lasts for life and is limited only by connection speed. proXPN Premium account users enjoy unlimited connection speeds as well as advanced features such as PPTP compatibility for mobile devices and VPN Guard™, proXPN’s method of cutting all data transfer should the VPN connection fail, ensuring all data is encrypted during transmission even if there’s a system error. proXPN’s firm stance on the importance of individual privacy and security online mirrors public sentiment expressed during debates over SOPA and PIPA.