By tracking every click you make, companies like Facebook and Google are able to make money from advertising. Government agencies collect similar data for their own unspecified purposes.
If you object to this invasion of privacy, it might be worth using a Virtual Private Network, or VPN. These services disguise your true identity online, making tracking virtually impossible.
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By routing your data through masking servers, KeepSolid VPN Unlimited removes all personal information. The service also protects your connection with encryption to block hackers.
As the name suggests, this service offers unlimited speed and bandwidth. The company keeps no logs, and you can use the VPN to avoid local restrictions. As a result, you can banish those “not available in your region” messages for good.
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