You’re on a cruise ship or plane and you need to get home in a matter of hours.
Well, this is how you do it.
And we don’t mean by “use the internet”.
It’s much simpler than that.
If you want to be really safe, you’re going to want to use the internet.
We’ll explain that in a minute.
There are many ways you can go about accessing the internet, but if you want a safe way to get around the world without leaving home or having to deal with pesky wifi, you need a VPN.
And when it comes to the internet’s privacy settings, there’s no better way than the internet itself.
The Basics of VPNs and Privacy in a Digital World, by Matt Cairns, John Koller, Mark Gubler, and Adam Taylor is available from Amazon for £11.99.
What you need in a VPN to protect your internet connection: a proxy server, a proxy browser, a browser to host your website.
It’s the best way to protect yourself from unwanted internet activity.
So why would you want one?
Well, VPNs allow you to access websites that aren’t part of your internet provider’s network.
If you want access to Netflix or HBO Go, for example, you’ll need a proxy.
If, for some reason, you want more than one VPN, you can purchase them separately.
In the end, VPN services can also be used to protect personal data, including browsing histories, and they can be used for legitimate purposes like paying bills or banking.
With all this in mind, we wanted to look at the best VPNs available to people who want to avoid the hassle of getting online.
We wanted to find the best and safest VPNs, and we found a surprising number of them.
To make this list, we looked at the privacy settings that were available for the most popular VPNs in the UK, with the lowest and highest level of privacy.
You can find the VPNs we tested here.
And of course, the privacy options available to you are all different, so if you’re unsure about a VPN, ask a VPN expert.
This article is a guest post from John Kollner, a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies and an independent geopolitical analyst.
Matt Cairn and John Kodeleter are Senior Research Fellows at the Center for Strategic & International Studies.
They are the authors of Privacy Matters: What the Facts Say about the Internet and How It Works (2015), Privacy in the Digital Age: Protecting Your Personal Information (2016), and Privacy and the Information Age: A Global Perspective on the Information Society (2017).