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VPN providers love making big promises. They exaggerate benefits, better speeds, safer for gamers, disguising your IP address. However, many serious people still think there are good reasons to use a VPN. Here are five of them.
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The United States is letting ISPs, your internet supplier (Internet service provider) sell your personal data.
The Europeans are no better, slow to enforce the new GDPR. In the meantime, so more money will be made from your internet details. Here's how to protect yourself. The time for VPN is now, here is why!
VPN companies promise to help protect you, but how can you know which of the many available services are trustworthy? And why the heck do you suddenly need one? But doing a VPN right isn’t so easy. And you definitely don't want a Chinese VPN. Here's why you should seriously consider one and some thoughts on which you should get one
To watch the BBC iPlayer, follow these steps for installing on an iPhone. Apple has changed things up a little on the iPhone. Follow these steps.
Stop it with VPN.
VPN is everywhere now, a vital part of cybersecurity, internet safety. It's suddenly become time for everyone to get a private untracked connection which speeds up your online connection, improves your internet security, and reduces advertising and hide what you do online. VPN adverts are everywhere. Here's a breakdown of what you need. The first thing you don't need is a free VPN. You need the right provider, not the first one to appear on an internet search. You want to search the internet, not let the internet search you.
Big data, the Internet of things, and advertising is now at the core of the Internet. The internet is force-feeding you its selections, recommendations, would it be nice to make your own choices for once.