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[liberationtech] // freevpn.me //

Tempest tempest at bitmessage.ch
Wed Jul 29 06:47:38 PDT 2015


Shelley:
> The general rule of "free" services, as I'm sure most on this list know,
> is: you are not the client, you are the product.  I don't use free VPNs
> or free email, etc. nor do I recommend them to anyone.

the general rule should be that vpns are always a roll of the dice. paid
or free, both have the ability to track you. those that say they don't
or won't often do if their business model is threatened by someone
powerful enough. thus, if privacy and/or anonymity is the goal,
mitigating steps before and after connecting to the vpn should be taken
(unaffiliated public access point, tor/tails/whonix, etc.).

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