Trust Is Key
Why do VPN service providers do this? If you’re entrusting a company to encrypt and protect everything you do online, shouldn’t you fundamentally trust that business to follow the same practices? Most VPN companies believe the answer is yes. They don’t log any of your information because they don’t want it. These no-log VPN service providers, like Norton WiFi Privacy
, won’t build databases of your personal information to sell to third parties.
Read the Fine Print
Remember: All VPN services are different. Not all VPN providers operate no-log networks, so you should choose your VPN service carefully if this is important to you.
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