Hello everyone, I have some questions regarding Brave VPN:
Where (in which country jurisdiction) are the Brave VPN servers located?
When will Brave VPN be available for Linux desktops?
How will we know (receive notification) that Brave VPN is available for Linux desktops (other than checking this forum regularlly)?
Thanks for that info, Go-go
Why it’s not good? The US doesn’t have data retention policies that apply directly to VPNs
VPN provider Private Internet Access, which has a strict no-logging policy, has proven once again that it is unable to link online activities with a user's identity. The conclusion, which was revealed as part of a hacking trial in San Jose federal...
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I disagree. You should read snowden leaks in detail. Three letter agencies from US were way too deep into every single web/internet system, spying 24*7.
Eg, Did Switzerland use Pegasus software- No
Did US and A use Pegasus software- Yes
Edit:- A recent example
Earlier today, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the dangerous EARN IT bill. We’re disappointed to see the committee advance this misguided bill. If enacted, EARN IT will put massive legal pressure on internet companies both large and...
There’s no such thing as 100% secure. If you have anything leaving the “privacy” of your home through internet or whatever, then someone else always has a way to get it. I think what is being said though is at least your footprints aren’t as bad. Yet, government is always looking for more ways to limit it and also to access your checkbook a bit more, lol.