Free paid software from Promo2day

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Promo2day is a useful website where you can get paid PC software for free. How is it possible? Website admins contact app developers and ask them to provide some free licenses for their subscribers. This August Promo2day celebrates 2-year anniversary: they have lots of free stuff and Seed4Me is one of the software companies that… Read more »

That One Privacy Site – you must see it! Part 2. The Interview

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Few days ago we published a post about thatoneprivacysite.net project, the website that has a crazy big VPN comparison table. Nearly every popular VPN service was included there by anonymous person calling himself That One Privacy Guy. We decided to ask him more about his project and his thoughts on VPN industry.

Top 250 Most Popular Videos Not Available in Germany

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The GEMA wants a share of the advertising revenue and money for every view of music videos on YouTube. Google on the other hand is using automated scripts to block music videos from being made available in Germany stating that it is not feasible for the company to check every uploaded music video on YouTube… Read more »

How to watch blocked YouTube videos in Germany

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A lot of YouTube videos can’t be seen in other countries. Almost 19% of the world’s top 1000 videos are blocked in one or more countries outside Germany. In Germany, however over 60% of the 1000 most popular videos are not available, because YouTube assumes that the music rights are “maybe” owned by the music… Read more »

VPN for Iranian netizens

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Here at Seed4.me we’re very passionate about getting access to content for everyone, everywhere. We find it very unfortunate that our friends in Iran cannot access household internet brands like Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Without delving into how pictures of kittens and internet gossip can somehow pose a threat to the Government of Iran, we’d… Read more »