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  1. We’d be more than happy to help. It’s definitely true that getting a paid VPN service does offer more benefits and reliability. But in your case, you can still the best free VPN service without having to pay a dime. Personally, I would give you two options to choose from: Hotspot Shield and Hide.me. First let’s talk about Hotspot. What makes this the most promising service is the fact that they offer 500mb a day whereas almost all the other providers only allow you to use 500mb a month. That is a huge difference. Personally, I would choose Hotspot because it gives me more data. And nothing sounds better than being to do whatever you want online without having to worry about how much data you’ve consumed. But, if you’re looking to use it for Netflix in the US then I don’t think it’ll be of any use to you at all. Hotspot Shield only allows you to use one server in the US and on top of that, it cannot unblock the geo-restrictions that Netflix placed for you. Although it offers a good range of data consumption, it’s not ideal for use if your only purpose is to use it for watching US Netflix. Now let’s talk about Hide me. The free service they provide is something I would call an all-rounder. In comparison with Hotspot Shield, Hide me has a large data limit of 2GB. This is more than enough data I would say. However, you have to spend it wisely because it still won’t be enough for you to binge watch Netflix all day. Another great thing about them is that they are Malaysian based. This means that your personal information will definitely stay secure as they are sure to follow their “no-log policy” strictly. Because your information and online activity isn’t logged, it is safe from prying eyes. However, you only get access to 3 out of 30 servers that they have if you stick with the free version. At the end of the day, it’s really all up to you to choose which VPN service you think is best-suited for you. I hope this helped you. Enjoy your free VPN experience!

  2. Hi Alice! Glad to know you learned something from that article! Playing against hackers is really aggravating for sure but you can’t let them get the better of you and just kick you out. You should hit them where it hurts, win the game fair and square. Now it’s not like you can just message them and ask them to not cheat their way into winning. The only way to play and win with no disruptions is to avoid getting hacked all together. As you already know, you can simply use a VPN to do this. I would be delighted to give you a few options on some providers. All the 3 VPNs recommended on the article are really good to begin with. They’re all reliable and completely safe. One provider that seems to meet all your conditions is CyberGhost VPN. It’s definitely fast and safe but it is also perfect for a teen like you because it is one of the most affordable options. And since you’re a newbie to the whole VPN situation, it’ll definitely be a good choice for you because its interface is very user-friendly. This means that anyone from experts to beginners can easily navigate around the app. And if you just wanna try it out for a while without committing, you can avail of their 30-day trial. But if you are really looking for the best of the best for gaming specifically, then ExpressVPN is the way to go. It’s definitely not as affordable as Cyber Ghost but it’s the fastest compared to the rest (which is exactly what you would want for gaming). They are renowned for their lengthy security protocols and features. This is probably why they lean toward the pricy side. If you do consider them, they offer a 30-day money back guarantee if you aren’t satisfied with their service. Either way, when it comes down to it, the decision is all yours to make. Hope this helped you in making a decision.

  3. I’d love to help you out on this matter Hank. Thanks for reaching out to us. While it is certainly great news that you haven’t gotten into any trouble with your Kodi device, it can’t be guaranteed that you won’t run into any in the future. Like what you said earlier about what was written in the article, a lot of technicalities ride on the whole Kodi controversy. It’s just that some of the content that they offer are only available because of third-party add ons. It’s these add ons that could put you in real hot water. It doesn’t seem very pleasant to get in trouble just because you wanted to simply watch the basketball game so, the solution you would need is to download a VPN alongside your Kodi box. Since a Kodi box is Android TV friendly, you should be able to access the Google Play Store and pick out any VPN provider you would like. And just to give you a little nudge as to how a VPN would be of important use to you, I’ll explain a little behind how a VPN works to protect you. First of all, availing of its service basically hides you from online snoopers. How you ask? It hides your real IP address by making it look like you’re somewhere else. So even if you did get in trouble, you’d still be safe because you aren’t even where they think you are! They also make sure to encrypt your data. This essentially means that whatever data you send out to your Kodi and whatever content you accessed will be virtually non-existent because nobody will know what you’re doing but you. Now it’s time to get down to business. Knowing what VPNs can do for you, you might still be wondering which VPN should you use. My top 1 recommendation is GhostVPN. This is mainly because I see that you are a first-time user and it would probably be better if you subscribed to a more beginner-friendly service. Not only is Ghost one of the biggest and most popular providers on the market, its also the best in terms of safety, functionality and speed. Its straight forward interface makes it super easy to navigate for newcomers like you.

  4. Hey thanks for sharing your thoughts on this. First of all, I’d like to answer your question by saying that we would only recommend the best torrent sites for you to use. Like you, I myself also used to be an avid kickass torrent user. I even cancelled my cable subscription because it was getting kind of useless when I could get any movie I wanted to watch for free and, in a better quality at that. And I also share your feelings when I found out their site was taken down. I was pretty bummed out too. But then I started to look for other sites to torrent from and these are what I came up with as my top 3: The Pirate Bay, RARBG and 1337X. As for your question on if it’s safe to use, like it was said in the article, there’s definitely some dangers into dabbling with the torrent business. If you’d like to really secure yourself, I suggest you get a VPN so that nobody can track your IP address and your activities. For torrenting specifically, I highly recommend you try out NordVPN. I think you’ll be pretty satisfied as to its performance. While the recommended torrent sites definitely have a different interface and look, once you use it often, you’ll get the hang of how things go.

  5. I understand your skepticism about this matter. Getting a VPN is definitely not a must, but if you do want to have your unlimited Netflix movie access anywhere in the world then, yes I say it is. Either way, we can’t really blame Netflix on having to block certain movies since they only comply with their copyright agreement with the movie distributors. Regarding your concern of being cut off by Netflix for trying to unblock the movies you want to watch, it almost never happens – only if you use the right VPN of course. The thing about VPNs are that there are so much of them that offer free subscriptions and because of this, everyone tends to get carried away and sign up for it right away. But because there are so much people using them, their server loads become so full that it’s definitely going to get the attention of Netflix and raise a red flag. This is why we came up with recommendations of the top 3 VPNs that we believe won’t fail you. Yes they come with monthly payments as well but wouldn’t it be better to have to pay for something safe, hassle-free and reliable instead of having to try your luck everyday with free VPNs?

  6. Hey thanks for sharing your thoughts on that. Actually, I have an experience similar to yours. My mom was in another country and we were planning to watch a movie together on Netflix for the weekend. So when she opened and loaded her movie, all I got on my screen was that pesky “search for titles related to”. And like you, I was pretty bummed out so I decided to try out VPN for a month just to see if it’s worth it. And let me tell you, it sure was. You would not believe how much we were missing out on all this time compared to the US Netflix movie selections. I could’ve sworn I didn’t leave my house for a good 2 days just browsing and watching all the movies that were now available to me. Now I am a monthly VPN subscriber in addition to being a Netflix subscriber. My suggestion for you is that you do what I did and just try it out for a month to see if you like it and if you think it would be beneficial for you. But getting a VPN isn’t just to access American Netflix. It can do so much more for you like keeping your information and identity safe from unwanted spies and it can even prevent annoying advertisement pop ups. So I am certain that getting an additional subscription to a VPN will do you more good than harm.

  7. I’d be happy to help. Like the article, I also place CyberGhost as my top 1 VPN. This would be perfect for a beginner like you because every step from setting it up to using it is very simple and easy to use. I completely stand behind CyberGhost because it is not only the most popularly used VPN, it’s also one of the safest out there. I actually already used this a couple years back when I was travelling and Netflix wasn’t available in the country I was visiting. I can safely say that it worked like a charm. I was honestly amazed at how easy and hassle free it was. I used to always complain and stress about what I would do whenever I was abroad and wanted to watch a movie at my own convenience. Then my father recommended I use CyberGhost and I was made into a believer. As for being worth the money, personally, I would say it definitely is. If you go on their website, they have a bunch of different subscription options from 1 month to 3 years. If you want the best value for your money, I suggest getting the 3 years since it’s only around 3 euros per month. Either way, when you do purchase a VPN, there’s so much more benefits you can enjoy other than being a way for you to watch movies on trips.

  8. Essentially, VPNs actually hide your real IP address to make it look like you’re somewhere else when you’re using it. This is because sometimes, websites tend to geo-block you once they check your IP address to see whether it can be opened in your region. A VPNs job is to connect you to the local network that you’re trying to access and once it does, all network traffic done on your computer is sent over to the VPN which makes it look like you are where the VPN says you are. To summarize it all, the VPN works with you to make it look like you’re there even when you could be on the other side of the world.

  9. Hello there! To answer your question, yes it can do exactly that. They were actually originally used by office workers who wanted to access their files remotely. This is because VPNs are able to hide your IP address and make it look like it’s somewhere else. So even if you’re at home or on vacation, virtually, it still looks like you’re in the office with everyone else.

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