Ratty wrote:Works fine from San Diego.
Roypcox wrote:Paul Can you get Fox News, they are "FAIR AND BALANCED!!!! Roy
RAFSB wrote:Works fine for me Paul. Canada eh!
ftldave wrote:Location-based blocks can be overcome with a bit of effort.
The free, open source Opera browser offers a free Canadian-based VPN that can be set to make your pc look like it's connecting from the Americas, or Europe, or Asia, or the default "Optimal" if you just want to secure your activity from spying eyes.
Once you install Opera, go into its settings, turn on the VPN, and then it can be toggled on or off from the main browser window. Works A-OK on most days, I've found, and quite useful when those "You are NOT allowed" blocks appear. We often watch some of the Russian online TV channels that are blocked to USA viewers.
Security gurus says its not the best VPN, but it's certainly the easiest to set up and easiest to use, by far. I bet that SF news site will connect without problems if you set Opera VPN to "Americas", Fozzer!
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Hagar wrote:I think this explains the situation Paul. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-44248448
Note the date of the article. 25 May 2018. Plenty of time to overcome the problem if they really wanted to methinks.
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