PureVPN’s remarkable progress and the many benefits of using it, were recently acknowledged by The New York Times.
While it is always a huge feat to be talked about by media bigwigs; being featured on The New York Times is certainly a feather in PureVPN’s cap. The article published by The New York Times highlights the wide array of benefits – security from hacking, avoiding monitoring by government agencies, freedom to access geo-restricted content, and many more – provided by PureVPN to internet users all around the world.
The article talks about how Rod Drury, a New Zealand based entrepreneur, uses VPN technology to unblock US Netflix, buys stuff from iTunes, and enjoys unrestricted access to geo-restricted content.
Apart from how Mr. Drury uses VPN technology in a befitting manner, the article also talks about how PureVPN is revolutionizing day-to-day internet usage of individual internet users by providing them internet security, accessibility, and anonymity.
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