What Personal Information is at Risk?

The United States Congress recently voted to block FCC privacy regulations governing Internet Service Providers (ISPs), leaving your personal information at risk of being sold to anyone willing to pay. As a result, ISPs are free to view, share and sell your data to advertisers and other third parties without your explicit consent. You are frequently opted-in to these practices by default, compromising your privacy each time you use the Internet.

Your ISP can view and sell your personal information:

  • Browsing History and Activity
  • Email and Communications
  • Location and IP Address
  • Passwords and Login Information
  • Financial Information

What Is a VPN?

VPN stands for virtual private network, and a VPN encrypts your Internet connection to secure it. When using a VPN, all network traffic, from voice to text to video, goes through a secure passageway between your computer and the VPN server. A VPN protects your privacy by preventing your ISP (plus hackers, snoops and governments) from viewing your online activity and violating your privacy. A VPN:

  • Secures your online communications
  • Keeps your location private
  • Protects your personal data and information

Protect Your Privacy with VyprVPN

VyprVPN is the best way to encrypt your Internet connection so ISPs can't follow your online activity or capture your personal details. If your ISP can't view your information they can't sell it, and with VyprVPN your privacy remains protected despite the latest Congressional ruling. VyprVPN offers:

  • Apps for all devices, so you can stay secured at all times
  • No third parties, ensuring exceptional privacy from end to end
  • 70+ global server locations to choose from

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