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VPN services offer up different "gateway" cities, allowing you to choose where the IP address assigned to your computer is located. This allows you to access websites typically only available to users from that country. It also allows you to access websites that may blocked/censored in your own country. This application is particularly important for travelers who need to access websites from their home country, as well as for people living in regions rife with Internet censorship, such as China and Iran.

VPN Providers

WhatIsMyIPAddress.com has compiled a list of VPN service providers. Click on the logo or name to visit their site to learn more about the services they provide.

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Provider IP Addresses Locations Sessions P2P Monthly Buy
Hide My Ass
Hide My Ass
125499353
190 Countries
2No$4.99Hide My Ass
ExpressVPN
ExpressVPN
10000136
87 Countries
3Yes$8.32ExpressVPN
VyprVPN
VyprVPN
20000060
51 Countries
Up to 5Yes$5.00VyprVPN
PureVPN
PureVPN
80000180
141 Countries
5Some$4.99PureVPN
Private Internet Access
Private Internet Access
300035
24 Countries
5Yes$2.66Private Internet Access
Hotspot Shield Elite
Hotspot Shield Elite

22 Countries
5Yes$2.49Hotspot Shield Elite
IP Vanish
IP Vanish
4000079
60 Countries
5Yes$6.49IP Vanish
SlickVPN
SlickVPN
142
46 Countries
Yes$2.42SlickVPN
StrongVPN
StrongVPN
45
21 Countries
1Yes$4.58StrongVPN
IronSocket
IronSocket
50
36 Countries
3Yes$4.16IronSocket
SaferVPN
SaferVPN
500030
30 Countries
3No$6.11SaferVPN
ibVPN
ibVPN
200063
43 Countries
Yes$3.08ibVPN
Tunnel Bear
Tunnel Bear
50000
20 Countries
5$4.16Tunnel Bear
NordVPN
NordVPN
80
56 Countries
6Yes$3.29NordVPN

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Social Media Censorship by Country

Social Media Censorship

Enemies of the Internet:

    Bahrain, Belarus, Burma, China, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam.

Countries Under Surveillance:

    Australia, Egypt, Eritrea, France, India, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Russia, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.

The OpenNet Initiative classifies the magnitude of censorship and/or filtering in a country in four areas.
The level of censorship is classified as below:

  • Pervasive: A large portion of content in several categories is blocked.
  • Substantial: A number of categories are subject to a medium level of filtering or many categories are subject to a low level of filtering.
  • Selective: A small number of specific sites are blocked or filtering targets a small number of categories or issues.
  • Suspected: It is suspected, but not confirmed, that Web sites are being blocked.
  • No evidence: No evidence of blocked Web sites, although other forms of controls may exist.
The classifications of the following areas:
  • Political: Views and information in opposition to those of the current government or related to human rights, freedom of expression, minority rights, and religious movements.
  • Social: Views and information perceived as offensive or as socially sensitive, often related to sexuality, gambling, or illegal drugs and alcohol.
  • Conflict/security: Views and information related to armed conflicts, border disputes, separatist movements, and militant groups.
  • Internet tools: e-mail, Internet hosting, search, translation, and Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services, and censorship or filtering circumvention methods.

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