Congress just killed your Internet privacy protections on March 28, 2017. Your best option to continue browsing the internet without being tracked is to use a private browsing service called a “VPN” (virtual private network, you will be hearing this word a lot in the future). The VPN blocks your ISP from seeing the information transmitted too and from your computer, protecting you. A VPN runs silently in the background of your computer or phone, after installing the service you will hardly know it’s there.
Most VPN service providers charge a monthly fee, there are some that offer a free tier service but most have small data caps that limit how much you can see or have loose privacy policies. After lengthy investigation and comparison, the best free tier private browsing service or VPN in my opionion is —– Windscribe! It’s super secure, has a huge 10 GB monthly allowance for free, Working for Windows, MacOS & phones; Windscribe is the best free VPN service so far.
You only need to create a username and password to sign up (an email address is optional, but might prove handy if you forget your password). Windscribe doesn’t store connection logs, IP stamps, or visited sites; when you’re actively connected to a server it stores your username, the VPN server you’re connected to and the amount of data transferred, but this is erased within three minutes of the session ending.
The 10GB data allowance is enough to make Windscribe’s free service a practical option for everyday browsing (though not heavy downloading or streaming), and there are several ways to boost it even higher. Tweeting about the service will earn you an extra 5GB, and you’ll get 1GB each time you invite a friend to join. As an added perk, if anyone you’ve referred decides to upgrade to a Pro subscription (starting at US$7.50 per month billed annually), you’ll get the unlimited plan as well.
There’s also a built-in adblocker, I haven’t configured it yet, but very cool and definitely worth giving a shot.
Go to: https://windscribe.com