Tor vs VPN, Which One Should You Use For Privacy, Anonymity And Security • Discoverology

Tor vs VPN, Which One Should You Use For Privacy, Anonymity And Security

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Many regular people that choose VPNs do so to prevent their ISPs from spying on their browsing history and selling it to advertisers. What they don’t realize is that they are not enhancing their privacy – they are just delegating the trust to a different company.

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