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Shopping for the best VPN? Ask Reddit.

Slow WiFi and an exposed Google history are an avid internet user’s worst nightmares, and the Obama-era rules that protect from these have been under attack since 2017. Hopes for change were all but squandered when a late 2020 vote affirmed the FCC’s commitment to erasing net neutrality.
Discussions about the government’s right to spy on your digital habits without a warrant don’t exactly make anyone feel confident, either.
Whatever the reason, people are becoming more and more paranoid about the vulnerability of their internet usage (that, or they’re just really tired of American Netflix). In turn, Google has become littered with

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