Wednesday, March 29, 2017

VPN searches skyrocket after Congress killed your right to internet privacy

Searches for VPN services on Google have experienced a wild surge over the last 24 hours – and the trend is likely here to stay. In a move that could only be described as a vile disservice to all American citizens, Congress yesterday voted to kill all restrictions stopping your local internet service providers from selling your personal browsing history to third-party buyers. Now people are seeking ways to fight back and protect their privacy. TorrentFreak reports searches for VPN services in the US skyrocketed in the immediate aftermath of the vote, setting a new high-point for the last five years. Here’s a…

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