Get Korean IP – More VPN servers from Seed4.Me

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Now you can get a South Korean IP address! How? 1. Join Seed4.Me (our service works on iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, PC & Amazon Kindle devices) 2. Select South Korea and press Connect 3. Enjoy K-POP, Games and Food ^____^

Why China banned Facebook, Twitter and YouTube

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Imagine the situation, you are watching a TV and somebody calls you a bastard from the screen. You can shout at the screen and try to prove opposite, but it does not work. You can come to your next door neighbor who’ve seen that already and explain that TV is wrong! But it is not… Read more »

GEMA demands YouTube to pay 1.6 million euros

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GEMA protects copyright holder’s rights in Germany. It is known for requesting to block access to millions of YouTube videos in the country. Argue about licensing issues is still in progress and it seems to come to the dead end in the middle of this year. Since GEMA requested YouTube to pay 1.6 million euros… Read more »

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 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 »