Stay anonymous while surfing the internet in Japan
The Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications is the government entity responsible for internet regulation in Japan. Although internet freedom is strongly protected in the nation, some content, including streaming content and YouTube videos, may not be accessible in specific areas. The government faced harsh criticism for its decision to prohibit a few manga websites in 2018.
FreeZone VPN adheres to a rigorous no-logging policy, enabling you to access any websites and material without limitations and without anyone being able to see what you were doing. FreeZone VPN encrypts your connection and enables you to change your IP address to one from the geolocation of your choice, enabling you to browse the internet anonymously without worrying that the government, your internet service provider, or any other snooping parties may be able to track your online activities.