Wednesday, March 29, 2017

When you subscribe to a VPN service, you get what you pay for

Yesterday, US Congress voted in favor of rolling back Obama administration guidelines designed to protect consumers from ISPs that sought to collect, and sell personal data from customers. This information included, but isn’t necessarily limited to internet browsing history and search data. This would, presumably, be used by third-party corporate interests to track internet users and inject relevant ads. One morsel of advice that’s guaranteed to crop up now is that you need a VPN, that can obfuscate what you’re doing on the internet from your ISP – thus preventing them from selling any relevant info about you. It also comes in…

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