Geoblocking is where a website or streaming on demand service restricts access to its content unless the user is from a selected country. For example, the US Netflix library has much more content than the New Zealand library, but you can’t access that content unless you are within the United States. Reasons for geoblocking vary, but are commonly driven by protecting region-specific content rights. If you’re looking to access geoblocked content, VPNs can be a solution. Note, while unblocking geoblocked content is legal, it can often breach a service’s terms and conditions.