Do Not Use a VPN for Privacy #short

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#short VPNs are useless for privacy. Good for Netflix. Full video here: https://youtu.be/6ohvf03NiIA
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Don’t use a VPN for privacy. I can’t even count how many times I’ve seen people being mislead into believing this fallacy. VPNs don’t protect your privacy.
All free VPNs are data mining operations and paid VPNs are just false advertising.
They just change your IP address. Even that is unreliable. Modern trackers inside apps and websites don’t even need to know your IP address to know who you are or where you are.
If you are logged in to Facebook or Google or install their apps on your phone, a VPN does nothing to protect you.
VPN encryption is pretty much useless for 99% of cases. Most connections to servers from websites and apps are encrypted by HTTPS or TLS respectively.
You have to trust your VPN provider doesn’t keep logs of your browser activity. All of that fancy VPN encryption is stripped at your provider so they can see everything you do. And not just them but any server provider that you have no way of auditing or verifying their policies.
VPNs were designed for businesses to connect remote offices with their main networks. They were not meant for consumer privacy.
If you want privacy on the Internet, use Tor. It’s free, open source, and above all – it’s trustless. Keep your VPN for Netflix.

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#short VPNs are useless for privacy. Good for Netflix. Full video here: https://youtu.be/6ohvf03NiIA
Support me through Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thehatedone
– or donate anonymously:
Monero:
84DYxU8rPzQ88SxQqBF6VBNfPU9c5sjDXfTC1wXkgzWJfVMQ9zjAULL6rd11ASRGpxD1w6jQrMtqAGkkqiid5ef7QDroTPp

Bitcoin:
1FuKzwa5LWR2xn49HqEPzS4PhTMxiRq689

Ethereum:
0x6aD936198f8758279C2C153f84C379a35865FE0F

Don’t use a VPN for privacy. I can’t even count how many times I’ve seen people being mislead into believing this fallacy. VPNs don’t protect your privacy.
All free VPNs are data mining operations and paid VPNs are just false advertising.
They just change your IP address. Even that is unreliable. Modern trackers inside apps and websites don’t even need to know your IP address to know who you are or where you are.
If you are logged in to Facebook or Google or install their apps on your phone, a VPN does nothing to protect you.
VPN encryption is pretty much useless for 99% of cases. Most connections to servers from websites and apps are encrypted by HTTPS or TLS respectively.
You have to trust your VPN provider doesn’t keep logs of your browser activity. All of that fancy VPN encryption is stripped at your provider so they can see everything you do. And not just them but any server provider that you have no way of auditing or verifying their policies.
VPNs were designed for businesses to connect remote offices with their main networks. They were not meant for consumer privacy.
If you want privacy on the Internet, use Tor. It’s free, open source, and above all – it’s trustless. Keep your VPN for Netflix.

Credits
Music by: CO.AG Music https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcavSftXHgxLBWwLDm_bNvA

Follow me:

https://www.bitchute.com/TheHatedOne/
https://www.reddit.com/r/thehatedone/
https://www.minds.com/The_HatedOne

The footage and images featured in the video were for critical analysis, commentary and parody, which are protected under the Fair Use laws of the United States Copyright act of 1976.
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