This post lists some articles about VPNs that can help in deciding which VPN to choose and which features to use. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is not your best friend. VPN is an acronym for Virtual Private Network.
A VPN can protect your online privacy. But there’s a catch: This article is about the US House of Representatives voting, in 1917, to kill Federal Communications Commission rules that kept Internet Service providers from selling user data. User data means where you went on the internet, what you did there and how long you were there. The “catch” they are referring to is whether the provider of the VPN is reputable.
What Your ISP Can Learn About You & How to Protect Yourself: Updated on 9th June 2020 by the author. Excellent Post. The very best way to keep your ISP from saving everything they can find out about you (a lot) is to do end-to-end encryption, a process that is also called tunneling. As of right now the best way to provide tunneling is to use a very reputable VPN. The post has a list of “reputable” VPNs. It also has a list of what information your ISP can store about you. A very scary list if your behavior is anything less moral and ethical than the behavior of Jesus Christ and you know what they did to him. I currently qualify this as a must-read post.