You’ve probably heard a lot about VPNs recently. Are VPNs safe and legal to use? Short answer: YES! We explain everything you need to know about VPNs.
92% of Americans believe their internet provider should not be allowed to monitor your activity online and sell the data to 3rd parties without consent.
The best VPNs to prevent your ISP from seeing what you do online, tracking your web activity, and selling your internet history to third parties.
VPNs and Tor can stop your ISP from snooping on you. Unencrypted proxies and “private” or “incognito” browsing won’t help.
We compared the privacy policies of more than a dozen of the world’s biggest internet giants side by side to see how they stack up.
Public key cryptography allows people who have never met to exchange encrypted emails and files. This guide explorers how it works and how you can use it.
As questions continue to swirl, Comparitech sits down for a Q&A with the woman behind the “Alexa, are you connected to the CIA” video.
Donald Trump might have inadvertently dealt a serious blow to surveillance policy on US soil by tweeting about Obama’s alleged wiretap.
Anonymity, like security, has many layers. Observers have developed methods of piercing anonymity which involve differing levels of technology.
We asked VPNs if they can unblock Netflix in these countries: UK, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Portugal, Japan.