Some online media content is blocked in certain regions, this strategy is known as geo-blocking. It does this for these main reasons: First, because of the licensing laws that websites or apps must follow. Second, because of the content owner’s prerogative. In this case, the owner has the right to block certain places so that people there cannot see the media content.
Fortunately, there is a quick fix to this problem. A Virtual Private Network (VPN) helps Internet users who are in a country with strict online censorship to bypass these restrictions. In addition, a VPN ensures cybersecurity for an internet user while bypassing geo-blocked web content.
A VPN fakes its own location, depending on which server the internet user selects in the VPN app. The server locations may differ depending on the VPN app. Some VPN apps only have three to five servers, while some VPN services have ten or more.
So, if you happen to be in a country where …