Is mucheven if your internet habits don’t trigger government surveillance. Maybe you want to watch geoblocked sports or avoid the usual Wi-Fi eavesdropping. Your privacy concerns also count.
But VPN technology can be tricky to organize, and VPN companies may not be willing to drive you straight. This prompted members of Congress to call for an investigation into the entire industry. topwatchbest’s Rae Hodge goes into all of this and also has a plea: “I also urge VPN reviewers to better check the VPNs they review.”
Her article is one of the many in-depth features and thought-provoking comments to hit topwatchbest this week. So please. These are the stories you don’t want to miss.
Comment: Members of Congress are right to ask the FTC to research the VPN industry.
Behind the scenes, a real secret war rages against overworked, underpaid, and underrated visual effects artists.
Children are abused on the Internet every day – sometimes at the hands of their parents.
These early universe halos could lead to a new age of cosmology.
Comment: High prices, limited custom software, and design quirks still make foldable items hard to sell. But that could change during the Samsung Unpacked event on August 10.
Comment: This is a science fiction series that “out Star Treks” Star Trek.
Online interaction has been instrumental in raising awareness and promoting chronic diseases. Here’s how people are using social media platforms to make a difference.
Curiosity landed on Mars ten years ago, setting a new course for human exploration – and my career.
The adorable Australian version of Lego Masters improves on the American show in every way possible and is free on Tubi.