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Started by Bigguy, Sep 12, 2019, 07:09 AM

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Sep 12, 2019, 07:09 AM Last Edit: Sep 12, 2019, 09:01 AM by Bigguy
So Firefox is starting it's own VPN service. So it's users can browse the net incognito. I think it's a good idea to offer this to people but honestly, I don't know why anyone really needs it. The article says to stop third party ads but I don't know. That seems a bit flimsy of an idea.

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Quote from: Bigguy on Sep 12, 2019, 07:09 AMSo Firefox is starting it's own VPN service. SO it's users can browse the net incognito. I think it's a good idea to offer this to people but honestly, I don't know why anyone really needs it. THe article says to stop third party ads but I don't know. That seems a bit flimsy of an idea.

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I pay for a VPN, only time I use it is when I'm in America, I like to watch a couple of TV programs on CBC and I guess my antenna isn't strong enough to bring in CBC clear enough. So I set the vpn us for Toronto and watch CBC live streaming.. See CBC blocks anyone who isn't in Canada from streaming live video..

Bigguy

Quote from: Ronald on Sep 12, 2019, 09:00 AMSee CBC blocks anyone who isn't in Canada from streaming live video
I didn't know that, really eh.

Lesmond

Opera browser has one built in too, and free :)

But I also use windscribe VPN cost me $2/month unlimited

Bigguy

Quote from: Lesmond on Sep 16, 2019, 05:06 PMBut I also use windscribe
Never heard of them. Sounds reasonable though