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Golden Frog's VyprVPN Helps Improve Internet Privacy in Turkey

New VyprVPN Server Cluster in Turkey Enables Better Online Privacy Protection

GRAND CAYMAN, CAYMAN ISLANDS -- (Marketwired) -- 08/14/13 -- Golden Frog, a global software and Internet application development company, announced today that it has added a new VyprVPN server cluster in Istanbul, Turkey to help improve Internet privacy. VyprVPN is a personal VPN (Virtual Private Network) service that encrypts Internet connections to defeat monitoring of online communications, protect online privacy and preserve an open and free Internet by providing access to restricted websites. The Turkish VPN server cluster is now available to all of Golden Frog's VyprVPN customers.

"Turkey has been considering a law that would require Internet users to submit a password and their national identity number in order to gain online access, and all of their Internet activity would be recorded," said Sunday Yokubaitis, President of Golden Frog. "VyprVPN was designed to defend against this type of threat to Internet privacy."

Golden Frog was founded to help ensure the Internet remains open and free, a mission that continues to grow in importance as users across the world face privacy threats. Doing its part to protect privacy, Golden Frog has launched additional server clusters in more than a dozen cities around the globe so far this year, with more servers to come in 2013.

VyprVPN users now have unlimited access to the following server locations:

  • Asia - Hong Kong
  • Canada - Toronto
  • Denmark - Copenhagen
  • France - Paris
  • Germany - Frankfurt
  • Ireland - Dublin
  • Italy - Rome
  • Luxembourg
  • Malaysia - Kuala Lampur
  • Netherlands - Amsterdam
  • Norway - Oslo [New!]
  • Romania - Bucharest
  • Russia - Moscow
  • Spain - Madrid
  • Singapore - Singapore
  • Sweden - Stockholm
  • Switzerland - Zurich
  • Turkey - Istanbul [New!]
  • U.K. - London
  • U.S. - Austin
  • U.S. - Los Angeles
  • U.S. - Miami [New!]
  • U.S. - Washington, D.C.

To learn more about VyprVPN, please visit: http://www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn

About Golden Frog
Golden Frog is a global service provider committed to developing applications and services that preserve an open and secure Internet experience while respecting user privacy. With users in over 215+ countries, Golden Frog owns and operates server clusters in North America, Europe and Asia. Golden Frog owns and manages 100% of its own servers, hardware and network to ensure the highest levels of security, privacy and service delivery. Learn more about Golden Frog's vision for a free and open Internet by reading their "Peace, Prosperity and the Case for the Open Internet" vision paper located at www.goldenfrog.com/vision.

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Liz Kintzele
Golden Frog Inc.
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