Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 14, 2014
idcloak Technologies announces the release of its Japan VPN server, which offers users security and anonymity while browsing the web. This may help Japanese citizens protect their privacy in upcoming years, as their government is becoming more involved in its citizens' online affairs. Connor Mills, web researcher at idcloak, sheds light on these upcoming changes, “In recent months Japan has been moving forward with plans to create an NSA-like organization from what is now called the National Information Security Centre. It will, by 2015, become the 'Cyber Security Centre.' This announcement comes at a time when the world is wary of such organizations, due to the exposure of the PRISM program which has been tapped into by government security agencies around the world. The Japanese government appears to be forming this organization out of honest concern for its citizens, but this type of power is easily abused once it falls into bureaucratic hands.”
idcloak's Japan VPN can protect the online security and privacy of its users by providing high-level data encryption. If used by Japanese citizens, it protects their information while maintaining high speed access, due to the local VPN tunneling.
Mills further discusses the changes in the Japanese government's security infrastructure, “It is far too early to say what the formation of the Japanese Cyber Security Centre will lead to, but it is always wise to protect your online security and privacy through chosen means rather than relying on institutional surveillance. At this time, the VPN is the most efficient means of personal online protection.”
idcloak's VPN service offers access to IP addresses around the world. They also offer a free Japanese proxy list and a Japan web proxy for those who are faced with small scale unblocking and anonymity tasks.
idcloak Technologies is a Dallas provider of security and privacy web services. For more information on web circumvention, anonymity or security, visit http://www.idcloak.com.