Streaming: guide to streaming content at home and abroad.
A life without streaming? Unthinkable! But what streaming options are there, how much do they cost, what devices can you use and why is a VPN so important for streaming? Watching TV has been obsolete for a long time, because streaming video content over the internet allows you to watch films in real-time but with a time delay, and also saves you the trip to video stores, which is still familiar to older readers. These are now all available online, at any time and with an enormous selection. In short, streaming has turned the video world upside down.
Streaming with VPN
What used to be the TV antenna on the roof is now the fast internet access at home. The possibilities seem limitless and content from all over the world is available at the click of a mouse. But only almost. Because geographical barriers prevent users from seeing everything. Petty bourgeois copyright laws have long been thought past the benefit of even partially paying customers. That’s why VPN services are still needed to pretend a virtual location and thus to be able to use, for example, domestic content, TV series or video platforms abroad.
Bypassing geographical barriers
Numerous copyright agreements have turned the internet into a patchwork of rights that have to be respected. As a result, it is often not possible to watch your favourite TV programme abroad or to access content located in another country. This is particularly noticeable in the case of particularly protected content such as “sports broadcasts”. Therefore, we have dedicated ourselves to this topic and, with our instructions, also enable users to use content from abroad quite legally.