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August 06, 2014 Debuts in Canada

Anonymous internet browsing has been the preferred way of browsing for net surfers for a long time now. It ensures safety and it also enables them to browse the type of content they want.

Canadian internet users can now browse the net without the fear of leaving their traces behind., a global DNS proxy and anonymous web browsing service, has set shop in Canada. This global internet proxy service is developed by data encryption specialists, Global Stealth, Inc.

Apart from helping users to surf anonymously, Smart DNS Proxy also helps them to access Geo-blocked websites and watch regional blocked content. Smart DNS Proxy has a complex network of international proxy servers which proves to be extremely effective when users want to be anonymous.

So what is the main objective of According to its founders, the main objective of the company is to allow users to surf regionally blocked contents. The company’s software will not keep a log of what customers are surfing and hence, stands completely apart from large corporations like Google (News - Alert).

“ differs greatly from most of our competitors online as we do not log the traffic moving through our proxy servers for promotional purposes,” said Efe Cakinberk, the CEO of “Most of our direct competitors online such as the Google DNS service will keep a log of what you are doing online when sending information through their network, in order to promote other products and services from a 3rd party advertiser. Smart DNS Proxy does not promote other products or services."

Global Stealth Inc. developed in March 2014. The company claims that popular websites which contain region restricted or blocked content such as Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Spotify (News - Alert), etc. will not be able to maintain their exclusivity now. 

Edited by Adam Brandt

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