Google: organizing the world’s information
Since it’s one of the biggest companies to offer internet-related services and products, Google needs little to no introduction.
The story of Google started in 1998, with a desire to build an advertising-funded search engine. And they did just that.
Breaking all initial expectations, Google became the number one search engine worldwide. And the verb "to google" even made its way to the Merriam-Webster dictionary.
This goes to show how much Google has become a part of our lives. It’s no surprise that the world’s most-used search engine branched out to other areas as well, becoming a one-in-all company.
The Google ecosystem: from A to Z
Google sports a vast variety of services and products, including:
- Search engine: Google Search
- Services for work and productivity: Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides
- Email: Gmail
- Time management: Google Calendar
- Cloud storage: Google Drive
- Instant messaging and video chat: Google Allo, Duo, Hangouts
- Language translation: Google Translate
- Maps and navigation tools: Google Maps, Waze, Google Earth, Street View
- Video sharing: YouTube
- Streaming service: YouTube Premium
- Note-taking: Google Keep
- Photo editing tools: Google Photos
- Blog platforms: Blogger
- Development: the Android system, Google Chrome, ChromeOS
- Smart home speaker: Google Home
- Virtual reality headset: Google Daydream
- Wireless payment: Google Wallet
With such a wide array of services, it’s no wonder that some people came to be wary of Google’s growing success.
Not everyone wants you to Google it
The growing popularity of Google did not sit well with authorities in restrictive regimes.
Because governments want to restrict access to information that they consider propaganda or against the state's interest and fear spying through Google’s services, they’re banned in:
Due to political reasons and sanctions imposed by the US government, Google is also restricted from running their business in such countries.
Google during times of political unrest
It’s not just restrictive regimes blocking Google.
During times of political unrest, other governments have also resorted to temporarily disrupt most Google services, alongside social media platforms, to prevent the spread of information. In other cases, all access to Google when lost because of foreign cybercriminals actively trying to cut off internet access.
As a result, Google services have been blocked at times in:
Not all Google searches are equal
Seeing how Google operates on a global level, it is often subjected to local laws and rules or otherwise face consequences such as fines or even censorship.
Google openly admits in its Transparency Report that it often complies with these requests to block politically, religiously, culturally, or sexually sensitive content in their searches. Requests to remove sites related to hate speech, depictions of violent content, and unlawful pornography are also frequent.
Google also redirects your search results in order to comply with local regulations and cultural climate. The search suggestions drop-down feature is also heavily used to influence search results.
In Germany, for example, Google restricts search results on New Age religions, while sex-related sites are deemed harmful for youth and thrown in the shadow.
Google also removes search results in the US to comply with DMCA complaints.
And while Internet Service Providers and office or school networks generally don’t restrict access to Google and its productivity tools, some banned keywords will yield no results. For example, in most of the university and school Wi-fi networks, torrent-related searches and file-sharing sites are not searchable.
But with CyberGhost VPN, you can bypass restrictions and get the full Google experience. No one will be able to stop you from finding what you are looking for.
Enjoy unrestricted access to Google with CyberGhost VPN
As your VPN provider, we make sure you can unblock Google and freely access its services with no restrictions.
Whether you are looking to bypass local network bans or see search results from another country, we make it happen with our virtual private network.
It’s easy and hassle-free for you, as we do all the heavy lifting. Here’s how we do it.
First, we hide your IP address. Then, we replace it with one from our system. Since we have no restrictions on our network, you’ll always be able to access Google freely.
Unblock Google on any of your devices
It doesn’t matter if you're using Google services on your phone, tablet, or laptop.
We have a wide range of VPN apps so you can unblock Google on your Windows, macOS, Android, iOS, and Linux devices. FireOS devices and Smart TVs are also in.
And that’s not all. Just one CyberGhost VPN subscription can simultaneously protect up to 7 of your devices. Not only will you be Googling unrestricted, but you’ll also be keeping your entire digital life protected.
Your Google VPN: CyberGhost VPN
We have a network of more than 6300 servers in 89+ countries waiting for you. We’re here to make sure you can browse the internet safely with no restrictions.
Choose us as your VPN provider, and all Google services will never be out of your reach again!
Time to ditch your Google proxy and choose CyberGhost VPN
Using a free proxy service to unblock Google services might seem appealing, but it comes at a price. Since there’s no encryption involved with proxies, you’re handing over your data to a third party and hoping for the best.
A Google free proxy offers minimal, if any, security at all. Your private information can easily be exposed or sold to third parties.
If you want to unblock Google and browse the internet safely and privately, CyberGhost VPN is the right software provider for you.
Here are the benefits:
|Features||Proxy servers||CyberGhost VPN|
|Hide your location|
|Hide your IP address|
|Works with phones and tablets|
|Guaranteed privacy for your online activities|
|Access to content via servers located in 89+ countries|
|Protection against malware and digital threats|
If you want to access Google services with CyberGhost VPN, here are some more details. For further guidance, get in touch with our Customer Support team via live chat or by email. They are available 24/7 and can handle your request in English, German, French, and Romanian.
CyberGhost VPN gives you the option to connect to a network that has no restrictions on Google. While it is not mandatory to have a Google account for Google Search, other Google services will require one.
Not to worry, though. Google accounts are free of charge.
With CyberGhost VPN, you can connect to any country from our server network. You will be able to bypass any local and regional restrictions that might apply in your home country.
By connecting to one of our servers, you will be able to access Gmail no matter where you are. But you still need to follow Google’s terms of service.
Since CyberGhost VPN just encrypts your internet traffic, your emails will not be anonymized.
We have over 6300 servers in 89+ countries, and we’re always expanding our network. This gives you plenty of options.
You can also choose to make things extra simple by using our “Best location” feature. It automatically connects you to the best server available for you.
CyberGhost VPN offers so much more than just the option to unblock Google Search or other Google services!
Our app also provides military-grade encryption, a kill switch, and DNS-leak protection to make sure that your entire digital life stays safe and secure. At the same time, our strict No logs policy guarantees you’re the only one knowing what you do online.
For more information on the importance of digital privacy and anonymity, check out our Privacy Hub.
You can choose from the following plans:
● 1-month subscriptions billed monthly
● 1-year subscriptions billed annually
● 2-year subscriptions billed once every 2 years
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Disclaimer: Per our Terms and Conditions, using CyberGhost VPN for illegal purposes is not permitted or encouraged.