@t-m You can try adding maps.google.com in the filter settings.
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If it still doesn't work, it wont hurt to open a support request. The support team handles such requests.
Windows has a setting that if you install an app from unknown source, it checks the app store first.
To change this, type 'Apps and features' in the search bar, and change 'choose where to get apps' to 'Anywhere'.
@byk I believe if you use the VPN client built into the chromebook not an Android app, and set policies always on VPN and block traffic without VPN you will not have the 2 issues. To use the built in client save the following to a .onc file.
No (I am not sure why but it Netfree considers linkedin a social networking site)
LinkedIn is indeed a social networking platform (see here) and it is not restricted to business only (despite that fact that this is it's target) there are also problematic activities going on there (something which LinkedIn - like most social media networks - tries to curb).
@unclebenjy As @shloimy95 stated this is because emails are considered to be your own private property and therefore things like your family pictures would be open. However NetFree does filter commercial emails like promotions from shopping sites.
There is also an option to filter personal content like private emails in the filter settings section of your account.