How to Protect Your Internet Privacy with Windscribe VPN
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US Congress and the Senate both recently voted to allow Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to sell our online data. Windscribe VPN can help safeguard your right to privacy – all while keeping you safe from malware and virus threats. You can currently get a Lifetime Pro Subscription for just $69 with exclusive coupon code “MAKE10” via MakeUseOf Deals.

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VPN Protection

Unless you want a dossier full of your personal information to be sold to the highest bidder, using a VPN is your best bet to shielding yourself against advertisers.

By rerouting your web traffic through masking servers, Windscribe disguises your IP address and location. This makes your browsing history impossible to trace, throwing rogue ISPs off your trail.

The service also provides an encrypted tunnel. This prevents anyone from hacking into your connection and stealing personal or financial information. The built-in firewall protects your data even if your connection drops. These features are particularly important if you regularly hook up to public Wi-Fi.

Aside from security, there are many other benefits to using Windscribe. The VPN lets you avoid geo-restrictions, meaning you can tune in to iPlayer and Hulu from anywhere in the world. It also cuts out most adverts and lets you securely torrent files.

To set up Windscribe, you simply download the apps for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android. It takes one click to switch on the protection, with no menus to fiddle with. You leave no trace of your browsing habits, and the app keeps no log.

This lifetime subscription protects all your devices simultaneously, and you can stream movies all day on unlimited bandwidth.

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More than 90% off Lifetime Protection

Normally worth $900, lifetime Windscribe Pro subscriptions are now just $69 with coupon code “MAKE10“, with updates included. You can also save on 2-year and 3-year subscriptions via the deal page. Order now to protect your browsing history for good.

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  1. Drew
    April 7, 2017 at 6:06 pm

    "US Congress and the Senate" ...? Come on, I realize this is primarily a UK publication, but its The House of Representatives and The Senate that make up the US Congress. If you're going to abbreviate the former it would be "The House." Saying it your way would be like saying "UK Parliament and the House of Lords." You're supposed to be smarter than us ;P