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Sarah Jamie Lewis
A VPN is an ISP, A VPN is an ISP, A VPN is an ISP. If you are lucky, a VPN is an ISP in a better jurisdiction than your existing ISP.
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Sarah Jamie Lewis 5 Jun 17
Replying to @SarahJamieLewis
VPN's don't magically get rid of privacy issues on the web...if anything they complicate the issue because now you have 2 ISPs.
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Sarah Jamie Lewis 5 Jun 17
Replying to @SarahJamieLewis
Even if you manage your own VPN you still have to pick a hosting provider in a good jurisdiction. Your hosting provider becomes your ISP.
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((( danny stormiels ))) 🗽 5 Jun 17
Unless you use , which means you are sort of your own ISP?
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Algo VPN 5 Jun 17
Even if you don't trust your cloud provider, a VPN protects the critical last mile to your computer. Most hacks/surveillance/etc occur there
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Chris 5 Jun 17
Replying to @SarahJamieLewis
...and with better (meaning "much less") logging. And a non-advertising revenue model.
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Sven Slootweg (not giving away Bitcoin) 5 Jun 17
Eh? There's absolutely no way to verify the logging policy, and a VPN provider has *more* incentives to log your traffic.
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Amin 5 Jun 17
Replying to @SarahJamieLewis
however it is better to use vpn on public networks to avoid attacks on your data on that place (cafe,...)
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um.
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Derek Kerton 5 Jun 17
... and is well intentioned, acts in good faith for the customer (you), secures their network like a junkyard dog, & doesn't cache anything.
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Direct Lee 5 Jun 17
Replying to @SarahJamieLewis
If you are lucky your VPN is not CIA
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stormnight 31 Mar 19
yeah lol
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