Internet users in China rely on VPNs, which encrypt and reroute internet traffic, to get past the so-called Great Firewall and access over 2,700 blocked websites including Gmail, Facebook and Youtube. Hornet purports to be much faster. Photo: EPA

This VPN-killer aims to make internet connections private by default, without sacrificing speed

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Internet users in China rely on VPNs, which encrypt and reroute internet traffic, to get past the so-called Great Firewall and access over 2,700 blocked websites including Gmail, Facebook and Youtube. Hornet purports to be much faster. Photo: EPA
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