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Private Internet Access VPN 1 Year 71% OFF - £34.95
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Private Internet Access VPN 1 Year 71% OFF - £34.95

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Posted 21st Dec 2019Edited by:"parker55"

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PIA is in a period of change and was in massive deficit they have just been bought out by a group who are not known for their championing of internet privacy, current users are bailing out rapidly. Beware
I had a kill switch script on my old AC-66U router for AirVPN just in case (I sail the high seas); tried to put one on my new AC-86 but don't think it works.

Point Being. ipleak.net shows that AirVPN never goes down. That's Shirley the measure of a good VPN?
They often offer a year for under £30.
I used Cyberghost for many years and they never leaked my info, then changed to PIA because of the better deals I was getting, now Cyberghost is buying PIA so I'm not worried and those that are jumping ship must be doing some really illegal stuff, I'm using it to watch netflix from the US I don't think the government are going to take me off to jail for that or even need to get information from anyone tbh.
The company that bought pia used to sell malware installation software that could be plugged in to installers. That is the point, not whether or not cyberghost had leaks.
roguesspam22/12/2019 06:25

The company that bought pia used to sell malware installation software …The company that bought pia used to sell malware installation software that could be plugged in to installers. That is the point, not whether or not cyberghost had leaks.


I'd be interested to know something more about the new owners, when you got a moment to share some info. I used them in the past and currently using Surfshark and Windscribe Pro most of the times.
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