How Can I Bypass Net Neutrality Rollback?

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On December 14, the FCC with Ajit Pai in charge, has ended net neutrality and opened a new era for Internet and web users.

Read on Nexter how you can avoid being blocked.

Now what?

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Source: Business Insider

Net neutrality implies that Internet service providers don’t have an opportunity to speed up access to some websites, getting money from customers for the faster connection.

The rules of net neutrality were adopted in 2015 by the Obama administration. Yesterday, the Federal Communications Commission ended the net neutrality. Not a surprise that FCC voted 3-2 with two Republicans and one in charge.

 

Providers of high-speed Internet services will be able to block websites they do not like and charge customers for speeding up the connection. In other words, now providers can block, speed up or slow down their websites.

How can I bypass?

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Source: official.com

Don’t worry! You can fight back using VPN services, and now Nexter is going to tell how does it work.

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network. If you are connected to the Internet, there is always a third person – provider/Wi-Fi –  between the user and the web. In this case, information is transmitted in an unencrypted form from the user to the provider.

When you connect to a VPN server, you connect to any of the websites you choose. You can select in the list of VPN app what country you want “to be in”, the server that gives the user an access to the Internet.

All information passes through the provider or some other third access point, but in an encrypted form by a specially created virtual channel between the server and your computer.

This so-called “bridge” is created between the computer and the server, in which all information is encrypted, and the provider does not understand which website the user is going to.

Hackers will not be able to steal your data even when you are connected to public Wi-Fi, and the history of visited sites will only be accessible to you.

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