Your Internet privacy is under THREAT
- Governments are blatantly encroaching on their citizens’ internet privacy.
- ISPs are gaining undue control over customers’ personal data.
- Constant surveillance by intelligence agencies has put anyone’s privacy up to scrutiny.
- And, to top it all off, Hackers and Cyber Stalkers are more dangerous than ever.
Alarmed? You should be. We’re not making this up.
In March 2017, the US Congress repealed federal privacy laws that prevented Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like Comcast, At&t, Verizon, and Charter from collecting and selling private data of their customers.
If you are using the Internet in the US right now, your ISP can now LEGALLY collect and sell your personal information to the highest bidder.
And that’s not all! Trump appointed FCC Chairman Ajit Pai has indicated that he is in favor of repealing laws that enforce Net Neutrality.
Every day, corporations are gaining greater control over what you do online and how you do it. And it’s not just the US. The rest of world is seeing an alarming trend of internet censorship.
Turkey blocked the Wikipedia because the government didn’t like the content on two of its web pages. Mainland China and Iran have permanently blocked major search and social websites. Even ‘progressive’ countries are putting less extreme but equally unjustified limitations on web usage.
So what can we, as ordinary citizens, do to fight back and protect ourselves?
Glad you asked. Thanks to VPNs, we now have the means to overcome these barriers.
Using a VPN (Virtual Private Network) you can bypass virtually any restriction imposed on your web browsing and be invisible to government surveillance.
Not only that, if you like streaming content on-the-go or share files using P2P or BitTorrent download networks then using a VPN helps you do that without any hassles.
Now, you may have questions:
• What is a VPN?
• How does a VPN work?
• How Do I Use a VPN?
• How do I choose the right VPN?
These are all questions that Anonymster is here to answer for you.