Untrustworthy VPNs can compromise your privacy.

If you use a less reputable VPN provider, there’s no way to be sure that it won’t access your browsing activity or share it with third parties. If your VPN is based in a country that’s part of the 5/9/14-Eyes Alliance, it could even be forced to turn over this information to the government.

Luckily, it’s easy to avoid this problem by choosing a reputable VPN with a strict no-logs policy and other measures in place to protect your privacy. When in doubt, go for one with RAM-based servers and/or headquarters in a country with favorable privacy laws.


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