Which VPN to Choose?
Which VPN to choose? We can’t name a single VPN service and say it’s the best because it depends on what you do with it.
Here are the features you should look for in VPN services
Servers in the United States are subject to US law, so authorities can transfer user data to them at any time. Note that a VPN service you pay will be available in different locations.
Logging: When you connect to a VPN, you trust your VPN provider to transfer data. Check out the provider’s logging policies before becoming a member of this VPN. Some providers may not log. There are some rumors that VPN services in the US have to log daily.
Two more important points in VPNs
You should continue to use HTTPS as much as possible and pay attention to the files you download. Some VPN services (especially mobile services) can protect you from viruses and trojans.
Mobile application: If you’re going to spend money on the VPN, you’ll want it to work everywhere. Leading services offer solutions for both desktop and mobile devices. To use a VPN on both your phone and laptop, be careful not to pay for two separate services.
Free VPN providers are likely to record your activity and show you ads. Your navigation habits are also likely to in the ads shown to you. Free services offer fewer points of departure. Their emphasis on confidentiality is not as high as those charged. But if you use it from time to time, you can find a VPN to do the job without spending money.
Paid VPNs take your privacy more. They don’t usually show ads. Whether they record your activity varies from service to service. Most offer a free trial service for you to try before you buy. Should not that using a paid VPN does not justify behaviors such as breaking the law.