July 06, 2019

"I Don't Need to Worry. I Use a VPN."


According to Computer weekly, it seems that a third of VPNs are owned by the Chi-Coms. 

But wait. There's more:
For example, seven of the top VPN services are owned by Gaditek, based in Pakistan. This means the Pakistani government can legally access any data without a warrant and data can also be freely handed over to foreign institutions, according to VPNpro.

I don't know why this surprised me in the least, since any service offering internet anonymity is the obvious thing for a surveillance state to get involved in infiltrating. 

So. Do any of the tech savy readers here have any specific recommendations for Virtual Private Networks they know are solid?  

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