I used a VPN in the past to get around content restrictions (e.g. UK content
that was not available in Spain so I used a VPN to pretend to be in the UK).
But now most sites have wised up to this and simply reject traffic coming
through a VPN. Given this, I see no further need for such services. What am I
missing, other than possibly getting slowed down? If you think privacy, then
this is not an issue for me. When I plan coup d’etats and the like, I meet my
co-conspirators using other means.
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> On 26 Sep 2020, at 02:30, Wayne Shumaker <om3ti@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> At 9/25/2020 05:00 PM, Moose wrote:
>> On 9/24/2020 10:43 AM, Ken Norton wrote:
>>> That fiber cut has a much greater impact than just local. I know
>>> things, but can't say things.
>>> As to VPN, the one I use is NordVPN.
>> OK, both you and the reviewers like it, so I signed up.
>> How do I tell it's making a difference?
>> No Spoor Moose
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