The one thing we can’t do in our tests is look at their back-end and see how much data they’re storing.
Many will claim they store no data on users, but without physically going to have a peek at their systems, we can’t ever say for sure.
Kim Kardashian, who recently […] Sheree Whitfield and Porsha Williams went shopping for some fancy French doors for the spa she was installing in her basement.
In another part of town, Kandi Burruss and Kenya Moore went to visit Cynthia Bailey at her lake house.
She highlighted her pixie haircut with hoop earrings.
for many […] Brian Kelley, one-half of the hit country duo Florida Georgia Line (with Tyler Hubbard), spilled 25 things you might not know about him to Us Weekly. “Actresses, like Meryl Streep, who happily worked for The Pig Monster, are wearing black @Golden Globes in a silent protest,” Mc Gowan, 44, tweeted on Saturday, December 16, referring to disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein.
In these days of increasingly invasive data laws and everyone from ISPs and governments to unscrupulous online advertising trackers wanting to know more about you, VPNs are about the best way to hide behind a layer or two of privacy. In this group test, we’ve put twelve VPNs under the microscope.
We’ve tested them for performance, usability and evaluated their price and feature-set.
We also can’t ever say for sure that your VPN provider isn’t just collecting information about you and selling it onto advertisers.
We’d suggest paid-for solutions are less likely to do so, but we can’t guarantee this. Here are our top five picks based on our most recent round of testing in September 2017.