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A VPN helps you unblock websites by masking your IP address and encrypting your data. Some websites use your IP address to check your geographic location, and may block you if you're in the wrong country or region. You can use a VPN to change your virtual location and appear as if you’re in a country that’s not blocked.
If you’re trying to access a website that’s been censored by your government or blocked by your ISP or network administrator, VPN encryption can help. When your activity is hidden, the authorities can’t see what you’re doing online, so you can bypass these blocks and access content privately.
PIA gives you 154 server locations to choose from, so you can unblock sites worldwide.
PIA’s 10-Gbps servers help boost page load times. You can browse freely with no slowdowns.
When your online activity is hidden, you can access restricted websites while maintaining your privacy.
Rest assured that your online activity and identity are always safe, even if your VPN connection drops.
What you do online is your business. PIA never logs your browsing data or shares it with third parties.
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Some schools and offices block connections to websites they consider distracting, unsafe, or against their values. This is why you might not be able to play games on your office computer or access social media sites at the school library.
Government authorities may censor certain websites that don’t adhere to local laws or customs. Depending on the country, this could include anything from gambling sites to dating apps.
Many local services, like banks, ecommerce platforms, and government sites are only available within a certain country. This is why you might have trouble accessing your bank account when you’re traveling abroad, for example.
Public Wi-Fi hotspots in cafés, hotels, and airports may block data-heavy websites such as streaming services or gaming platforms. They may do this to preserve bandwidth or to get you to pay for an upgrade.
Most free VPNs have limited server networks, which means limited locations to choose from, and often leads to overcrowded servers and slow speeds. Some have questionable security standards, which can be risky, especially in countries with strict censorship laws. A VPN that doesn’t have a tested No Logs policy may surrender your browsing data if the authorities demand it.
PIA not only has a global network of VPN servers, but it also puts your privacy and security first. With our strict No Logs policy, you can rest assured that none of your browsing data is even saved on our servers. You can try PIA risk-free with our 30-day money-back guarantee.
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That depends on your location. While most countries allow VPN use, it’s illegal or heavily regulated in some. We recommend that you check local laws if it’s legal to use a VPN to unblock websites, especially if you’re traveling to a new country for the first time.
Your best option is to subscribe to PIA and install our VPN on the computer. Just connect to a VPN server to encrypt your connection and start unblocking websites.
Another option is to turn on your phone’s mobile hotspot and connect the computer to it. As long as you're connected to mobile data, you’ll bypass the computer’s network, which may allow you to access restricted sites.
You can use PIA’s Windows VPN app to unblock websites on your PC. To get started, subscribe to PIA, install the app, and connect to a server in a country where the website in question is available.
You can try connecting to a proxy server to access a blocked site, although in some cases, it can take some technical knowledge to set one up. Proxy servers are also less secure since they don’t encrypt your traffic.
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Disclaimer: Using PIA VPN for illegal purposes is a violation of our Terms of Service.