Almost everything you search, log in or watch can be tracked when you surf the web. Your online activity and location logs are most likely kept somewhere, at least by your ISP. Your ISP sees everything you do online. Tap or click here to stop it.
A virtual private network (VPN) is a tool you can use to bypass tracking. Essentially, a VPN hides your IP address and activity so no one knows who you are or where you are surfing from.
Because of this, VPN usage is more popular than ever. But it creates a big problem when a tool used for data protection leaves users’ data open. Read on to see how over 20 million VPN users’ data was leaked to a messaging service.
Here’s the backstory
VPNs are great for privacy, but they also offer a way to increase your entertainment value. Because a VPN hides your location, you can use it to watch shows streamed on sites like Netflix that aren’t available in the US Tap or click here to unblock international Netflix to…