As some keen-eyed ProtonVPN users may have already noticed, we have eight new servers in Ukraine! 🇺🇦 These servers will give our users in Eastern Europe another fast and secure VPN option. Read more here:

We added 1 new FREE plan server, 1 new Basic plan server, and 3 Plus plan servers in the Netherlands. 🇳🇱 To see where all our servers are, click here:

The new version of our VPN application has Smart protocol selection and will automatically connect to the next best server if the connection to your selected server fails. This makes it easier than ever to secure your online data. Read more here:

The Internet service providers of Hong Kong condemned government threats to block social media services. We echo their call to keep the Internet open. Freedom of speech is a basic human right—and our service will ensure private and secure Internet access.

Eight brand new VPN servers just came online in Romania! 🇷🇴 More servers means more bandwidth and stable connections for our users. Read more here:

We’re about to install new servers in the country whose currency's name means "lion" in English. Do you know which country it is?

Is your VPN connection being blocked? The new Smart Protocol Selection feature in our app will detect the block, automatically switch protocols, and reconnect. This is only available to users who have enabled early access.

When you travel to , you want to see the Temple of Heaven, not fraudulent charges on your credit card. To protect your data on your next trip to China, make sure you use a . See more steps here:

We installed our newest servers in Estonia! 🇪🇪 These servers will allow anyone to access the Internet with an Estonian IP address.

OpenVPN is one of the most secure protocols — and it is now in beta on our app. (It's also coming soon to iOS!) ProtonVPN early access users can choose the speed of IKEv2 or the stability of OpenVPN on their Android device. Read more here:

We’re about to install new servers in the country where extreme swinging was invented. The goal is to do a complete, 360-degree revolution with the longest swing possible. Do you know which country it is?

Internet service providers can see everything you do online, and some ISPs even sell your data. If this corporate surveillance makes you uneasy, here is what you can do to protect yourself:

Attention all digital nomads! Working remotely lets you see the world, but it can also make you an easy target for hackers. Check out these five online tips for digital nomads:

The Track THIS tool from @Firefox lets you confuse online advertisers by giving you a fake browsing history to fool their trackers. If you’re sick of having your online activity tracked, switch to a browser that protects your and use a .

Reminder: You can download all the data Google has collected from you. It gives you an idea of just how much access Google has:
If you want to prevent Google from collecting all of your online data, here are some steps you can take:

Just because you’re on vacation doesn’t mean you can’t Netflix and chill. Here’s how to stream and safely even if you’re traveling.

Everyone should use a to protect their sensitive data. But a VPN can help expats stay in touch with their friends and family, even in countries where the Internet is restricted. Read more here:

Over 100 million Americans and Canadians had their personal information exposed in the Capital One data breach If you think your data is at risk, you can protect yourself, but you need to act fast. Get started now with our guide:

Users always ask us, “How can we browse the Internet anonymously?” Unfortunately, achieving 100% anonymity online is almost impossible, but we can help you get closer:

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