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      I tried IVPN recently but had a ton of trouble getting MLB.tv streams to work. Switched back to ExpressVPN for now.

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      IVPN and Mullvad are probably the best VPNs if you simply want to transfer full view of all your internet activity from your ISP to one of these 2 companies. If you want to keep your internet movements private from everyone, use Tor browser. Its slower and doesn’t do udp, but it is much closer to real privacy than the commercial VPNs. Of course, if you are a high priority target of a large nation state, then Tor might not be enough for you, but for most people it works well for those things you want private. If you just want to watch movies, torrent and stuff like that, regular VPNs are the way to go.

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    Proton. It replaced PIA for me when it was introduced. Since I was already paying for Proton mail, there was no reason to keep paying for a separate VPN as well.

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        Really? Protonmail doesn’t have a clean track record. They backtracked their TOS, their onion site forwards to the clearnet, and they outed a French climate activist.

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      Same story, made the switch and now I use the ecosystem except the password manager. It’s a bunch of solid products. Tad Expensive (compared to free like Gmail) but I’m happy.

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        I’ve been trying out the password manager these past couple weeks to see how it compares to Bitwarden. Overall I’ve been impressed. Auto fill actually seems to be superior on Proton as it works on some sites that Bitwarden never would for me. My only real complaint at the moment is that the iOS app will log out of my account at random and it’s a hassle to log back in since I don’t always have my Proton pw on hand.

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    The answers are always going to be Mullvad, IVPN or Proton VPN. Windscribe is also a possibility.

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        Because I prefer the granular control that I have over my queries when I’m using NextDNS something that I don’t have with Mullvad DNS.