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  1. There are a lot of "What-If" scenarios for which the perfect protection is to remain completely anonymous. The risk of falling prey to these scenarios is incredibly low, but fear of stalking identity theft, or commercial misuse of your information push people to take drastic steps. I have found a detailed guide discussing the current scenario while covering all the facts https://www.privacytips.co/internet-privacy-guide/ which i believe appreciable Perfect anonymity leads to a lack of culpability for our actions, which can be another powerful motivator for privacy. When there are no repercussions for our actions, statements or behavior, then we are free to do things that are thrilling to us, but might otherwise have a consequence. I would like to know what other things about online privacy and how to effectively deal with current online privacy threats?
  2. VPN is a privacy tool and it is important to use to protect the online identity. I've used multiple VPN services - but opted to NordVPN for the pricing. Though Expressvpn is a bit better in terms of performance but costly one. Depends what you prefer. In terms of security - they will both be almost the same. I do find some servers on Nord a little inconsistent at times but it's very few and far between. The other bonus is NordVPN have been jamming it with new features often - and now I have an incredibly intuitive, feature rich and efficient VPN. Ultimately though - NordVPN is by FAR better value IMHO. That and their support is great. Whilst I don't think there will be significant difference between the 2 - Nord beats on price hands down in the UK - and I'm a very happy long serving NordVPN user. Norvpn is launched recently massive vpn deal on black friday. Do check it out
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