A new research paper has discovered that 38% of free virtual private network (VPN) software has malware and 84% leak users' traffic in complete disregard of the users' privacy they should be protecting.
The great Firewall of China just got higher, stronger, thicker and longer, with any VPN now requiring prior government approval.
If one issue dominated the headlines last year it was Internet privacy – specifically the lack thereof. It was not just the tech giants collecting masses of information via telemetry, search, email, calendars, and document snooping but the massive data breaches of Yahoo! and others that shook our faith in using the Internet, trusting email, and trusting household technology names.
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