Charlotte Darrell


Charlotte is part of the Editorial Team at Top10VPN. She tests out VPNs daily, and hopes to help everyday people take the right steps towards protecting their privacy online.

Articles by Charlotte Darrell


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Cloudflare Adds Free VPN to Its Mobile DNS Apps UPDATE: It Has Been Officially Relaunched

The feature will be rolled out to users in the coming months

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Turkish Government Issues Order to Censor Opposition Twitter Accounts

Turkey is using Twitter’s Country Withheld Content tool to target anti-government accounts

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NordVPN Introduces WireGuard Support for Linux Devices

NordLynx can be used on Linux devices only for the time being

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Tech Giant J2 Global’s NetProtect Acquires SaferVPN

NetProtect also owns IPVanish, StrongVPN, and Encrypt.me

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AzireVPN Releases Beta Custom App for Android That Runs on WireGuard

The WireGuard VPN protocol is currently still under development

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HideMyAss! Expands Its VPN Server Network With New Locations

HideMyAss! now has almost 1000 VPN servers in over 190 countries

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Hide.me Adds New Serbia Server to VPN Network

This brings the total number to 56 server locations in 35 countries worldwide

Russia May Fine Google and VPN Services $77k for Censorship Non-Compliance

Russia May Fine Google and VPN Services $77k for Censorship Non-Compliance

The government also threatens to block the offending VPN services

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Indonesia Government Considers Implementing Permits for VPN Services

The government cites untrustworthy free apps as the reason behind proposed regulations

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Near-Total Restriction of Internet in Sudan Following Paramilitary Attacks

The death toll has surpassed 100, and citizens are struggling to stay informed about the situation online