VPN Provider Cyberghost Launches Pro-Privacy Initative, Refers to Bitcoin

VPN Provider Cyberghost Launches Pro-Privacy Initative, Refers to Bitcoin

While Various governments around the world are trying to invade user privacy on an even bigger scale, VPN provider CyberGhost is taking a different approach. Creating a pro-privacy boot camp to find a helping hand in the form of tech startups working on privacy tools seems to be the way forward. Cyberghost, mostly known for their VPN services, has set up its own tech incubator in order to safeguard user privacy. In order to achieve that goal, Cyberghost’s accelerator is looking for companies who want to help build businesses serving web users while guaranteeing their privacy in the online....


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