Privacy Companies Don’t Always Keep Your Data Private

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Privacy Companies Don’t Always Keep Your Data Private

September 25, 2015

And not all VPN providers are created equal. This week, we’re debunking mythsabout what privacy companies actually do with your data, and how VPN service providers can vary dramatically. Check out Myth #8 and Myth #9 to learn more now.

VPN Myths User Data Private

Myth #8: Privacy companies don’t collect or sell my data

Reality: When you use a privacy tool you are often are required to give access to more information than the tool can protect, so you need to trust the company to keep your data private.

What Golden Frog Does: Golden Frog is a trustworthy provider with over 6 years of experience in the business, and we do a minimal amount of logging which is explicitly outlined in our privacy policy.

Myth #9: All VPN software is the same

Reality: Not all VPNs are created equal, and those that use 3rd-party clients and 3rd-party DNS servers are most at risk.

What Golden Frog Does: Golden Frog self-develops its own apps to deliver better control over security and take steps to prevent IPv6 leakage. Since VyprDNS receives DNS requests over the Golden Frog network, requests cannot be monitored, logged or manipulated by 3rd parties.

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