Now that Congress has given internet service providers the green light to keep tabs on your online activities and do as they wish with that information, you might be wondering what you can do about it. Technology columnist Troy Wolverton reviews using VPNs (he recommends one that you can expect to cost $3 to $13 a month) or Tor (free).
Now that Congress has given internet service providers the green light to keep tabs on your online activities and do as they wish with that information, you might be wondering what you can do about it. Technology columnist Troy Wolverton reviews using VPNs (he recommends one that you can expect to cost $3 to $13 a month) or Tor (free). Josh Loock McClatchy
Now that Congress has given internet service providers the green light to keep tabs on your online activities and do as they wish with that information, you might be wondering what you can do about it. Technology columnist Troy Wolverton reviews using VPNs (he recommends one that you can expect to cost $3 to $13 a month) or Tor (free). Josh Loock McClatchy

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