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  1. Hi, I have been experiencing a weird issue in the past few months when I try to access rarbg.com. Using US servers such as "Arrakis" or "Librae" allow access to visit rarbg.com web page and I can get the torrent file but as soon as I open it in uTorrent it never connects to the tracker and will not begin downloading. I have read a bit about the issue and I guessed it might have been a simple blocking issue because accessing other torrent sites and downloads work fine. I have also checked my port forwarding and it appears to be working. As an alternative solution, I have selected a Canadian server "Grumium" in the past three months and without changing any specific settings in my torrent client it works again even the previously unconnectable torrents were downloading...HOWEVER last week, I have noticed that the rarbg.com web page is not reachable by the browser (the browser tries connecting and then times out) while I am on Canadian "Grumium" server conncetion. The web page is reachable if I am on a US server such as "Arrakis". So what is going on? It seems like US server is blocking the tracker traffic for downloads and the Canadian server is blocking the actual web site. It is a weird issue. Can you suggest a solution in order to re-establish web page and tracker download access/traffic for rarbg.com? Thanks, Jim
  2. Hi everybody! I'd really appreciate it if you can share some insight on the things mentioned below, thank you! My goal is to be a merchant and selling products on a couple of Shopify's websites from US IP and US geolocation. It's very important for me to have a realistic IP address and geolocation from the US (preferably Wyoming or Colorado). I've used/bought a fairly known VPN service provider but sometimes when I would type in 'My IP location' in Google it would show that the IP address is from some other location in the US or even worse – Singapore! Additionally sometimes when I would type in 'My Location' into Google the same thing would happen – it would show some different US location or Mexico. Why is that? How can this be fixed/prevented? Is it guaranteed that with the AIRVPN service this things will not happen and why? My plan is to get a new IP VPN provider where my main priority is that it shows one realistic IP address and geo-location all the time. Should I get a static IP then? Thank you. Best regards, Zdenx.
  3. So folks, it has come to this. I am not sure if it is fearmongering or a legit thing to be concerned with, but according to this new legislation the US Government will be able to to freely infiltrate any device in the world they feel like they need/want to look at. Personally i believe they, along with every other intelligence agency has been doing it the whole time, now its just legal on paper. Honestly, if i were the worlds largest intelligence agency who wanted to see whatever i wanted whenever i wanted from anyone at any time, i would just install malware/spyware on every machine on earth; firstly to make every machine unsecured (by me at least) and "leave the door open", then i would have it send user information to a government database that would include things such as full web history, encryption keys, full key logging, types of software used, ip addresses used by the computer and ip addresses the computer connected to. But hey, thats just a theory. Anyways, what do you think this new law implys for the future of worldwide surveilance, and do you think it could go down this slippery slope? TL;DR: If the US Government is so adamant about wanting to be muckraker cunts and hoard all the data on Earth, why beat around the fucking bush? I know exactly why, as long as people don't know about their lives being intruded upon, they will not be afraid of surveillance and will not fight back against the NSA simply because of the "at least its not me" argument, when in reality, it IS them, its everyone.
  4. Hi, I have a suggestion for a possible location for new servers in the United States. I think that AirVPN should add: At least one server in Virginia At least two servers in Arizona At least one server in Washington, D.C At least one server in Seattle If some (or all) of these servers were added, U.S. customers would have a much broader range of locations and it would be great! (Please note that AirVPN does not have to do any of these things, this is just a suggestion, not a demand )
  5. Hello, I would like to request additional server locations in the US. Four geographic regions I'd like to have (more, perhaps 1-3) servers are: The northwestern region (such as Seattle WA; Spokane WA would be even better)The southeastern region (such as Atlanta GA or Birmingham AL would be great)The intermountain west region (Salt Lake City UT, Denver CO)The southwest region (Austin TX, El Paso TX)Thanks. Looking forward to this implementation. Please update this thread when you have more details on this subject (such as launch date, location, number of servers). Best regards, anonym
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