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  1. I live in Sweden & would like to watch German Prime Video content, I already own a dedicated Streaming IP for Germany which works fine with Netflix. Can I watch watch Movies & Shows on Prime Video Germany, through TorGuard VPN as well, or will it get blocked? I already tried visiting the site & app while having the VPN turned on, but it seemed as if the site knew that I was using the site from Sweden, not Germany. Does this mean it's not working or can I just set up a subscription either way, and I'll be able to stream the content exclusive to Prime Video Germany? Something else I noticed that it didn't seem to work with the Amazon Prime App at all. When looking up shows available to the German site, they didn't show up in the App.
  2. Hi! Since a week or so, libgen.io, the famous book-sharing site is not reachable via Torguard Germany (velia.net IP). At the same time there were reports from Vodafone Germany users that this site was censored via a DNS-block. Can you look into this? I am able to access the site via Torguard Swiss servers, though, might be a German issue?
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