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Increase online privacy and cover your tracks with a Virtual Private Network (VPN).
If you value your online privacy, security, and want to keep potential snoopers at bay, then a Virtual Private Network (VPN) is exactly the piece of software you need. They work by creating a private internet network, or ‘tunnel’ to a server. The server can either be located in the same country as you, or anywhere in the world. All data traffic sent over the VPN is encrypted, so it can’t be intercepted.
Online privacy and security is an ever-growing issue, with new laws and legislation being passed around the world that allow governments to either access, or sell on, details of your online life. Even if this isn’t a concern, when you use your laptop or mobile device on a public Wi-Fi network, you’re making it very easy for third parties to access details of your browsing habits – with all the security risks this can create. A VPN can solve this.
And the final reason VPNs are great, is that if you love to use TV or movie streaming services, they can bypass those pesky territory-blocking boundaries. Sweet! So check out our Top 5 Free VPNs and enjoy increased privacy and internet freedom today.
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The thing we love about Hotspot Shield (available for both PC and Mac) is its versatility. As well as shielding you from prying eyes, it protects you from online threats and enables you to access blocked websites and content. Can’t access YouTube or Facebook at work or school? No problem. With Hotspot Shield VPN software, you can unblock YouTube, unblock Facebook, and in fact unblock any sites from anywhere. If you’re out-and-about, you can protect yourself from snoopers and hackers at Wi-Fi hotspots, hotels, airports and corporate offices with the Hotspot Shield Wi-Fi security feature; and no matter where you are, secure your data, online shopping, and personal information online with its HTTPS encryption. Not enough features for you?! Then enjoy Hotspot Shield’s built-in malware protection, too.
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