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Even in a public place, browsing the web feels like a very private activity. In reality, there are many government agencies, nosy advertisers and Wi-Fi weirdos queuing up to track us online. One surefire way to protect your privacy is by using a service such as Hotspot Shield Elite VPN. This platform routes your traffic via masking servers to disguise your online identity.

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Hotspot Shield Elite VPN

Hotspot Shield works on all major desktop and mobile platforms (including Kindle), with apps providing one-click setup. The service makes it virtually impossible to trace your IP address or location, keeping snoopers and hackers at bay, and your connection is encrypted. As additional protection, AnchorFree’s database of 3.5 million sites keeps you safe from online malware.

Browsing via Hotspot Shield is speedy, with unrestricted bandwidth and 20 masking servers to choose from. These are dotted around the world, which has the added benefit of unlocking region-locked content such as Hulu and iPlayer. You can connect up to five devices simultaneously, and there is great customer support on hand.

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This VPN has received many glowing reviews, and the current deal makes it more affordable than ever. Sign up now to save 59% on lifetime subscriptions, with unlimited bandwidth and support. Valid for new Elite users only.

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  1. Kelsey Tidwell
    June 7, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    Hi, guys!

    I don't know who's actually in charge of the MakeUseOf Deals, so I don't know who's going to read the comments here, but I have a suggestion.

    In light of the increasing focus on VPN's and the vast selection available, I see deals posted here all the time. A LOT of deals! Which is great, but this huge selection gets to be overwhelming, sort of like looking at a full list of Linux distros :)

    So my suggestion is that in these sort of ads could there be a standardized ratings box that shows whether the VPN is based in a "14 Eyes Country" and other important informative factors? I haven't purchased one of these deals yet, but I would if I could make heads or tails of the differences between them. Don't want to buy one, find out some ugly fact, then have to search all over again for a better one.

    Thanks.

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