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CDJ990

Hey All,

I live in Australia and with the introduction of mandatory data retention here, couples with the recent security failure of the Australian Government to keep world leader government officials sensitive information safe I've decided it's finally time to start using a VPN.

I couldn't think of a better avenue to ask for advice on such a matter.

Which VPN do you all think is the best option(s), and why?

Thanks in advance.

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  • irnhnve

    @cdj990 Hey All,

    I live in Australia and with the introduction of mandatory data retention here, couples with the recent security failure of the Australian Government to keep world leader government officials sensitive information safe I've decided it's finally time to start using a VPN.

    I couldn't think of a better avenue to ask for advice on such a matter.

    Which VPN do you all think is the best option(s), and why?

    Thanks in advance.

    I've heard good things about OpenVPN and also Private Internet Access which is another good one that accepts Bitcoin as payment!

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  • yenxz

    i dont understand how to using VPN,and where i can get a free VPN? thanks..

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  • CDJ990

    @shaunstevin77 If you live in Australia and haven’t thought about purchasing a VPN yet, then it’s high time to do so – not just to protect your identity but any other internet activities you may carry out. Australia VPN services that help common internet users fight for their right to privacy.

    You created an account just to post an ad? You haven't even sold me on your product, you basically just parroted what I said and posted a link.

    So much spam in LTB since LTBcoin.

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  • clawdiuz

    PIA here, for over a year. I get swift responses when I reach out to them. I have the same account on 5 devices with no issues really, except the android app can be slightly buggy on 4.2 Jellybean. Pay by the year and it's around 40usd. Never trust a VPN that doesn't accept bitcoin ;-)

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  • plus8bit

    I’ve been using for a year Private Internet Access the price and quality is satisfying ;)

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  • Privatoria

    Feel free to try Secure VPN for free for 24 hours from complex security provider Privatoria.net.

    Privatoria.net is your secure nad confidential Internet

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  • TOPLEL

    surfeasy is very good, or cyberghost

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  • pooktwo

    I agree that Private internet access is the most popular and very secure. It also accepts bitcoin which is a plus when trying to stay anon

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  • Privatoria

    Great New for those choosing between VPN and TOR. You do not have to choose any more. From now on you can use Privatoria VPN+TOR https://privatoria.net/blog/tor-through-vpn/ solution without TOR web browser

    Privatoria.net is your secure nad confidential Internet

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  • sicocos

    never use vpn.. but nice info...

    DOGECOIN is The FUTURE

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