Worried about your privacy online now? Try this VPN deal!

Now that the FCC has decided to destroy Net Neutrality (though the fight
isn’t over yet), it’s more important than ever to keep things as
private as possible.  A VPN – and one of the few that is proven to not keep records – is a good step in that direction. 
Private Internet Access (the VPN that I use) is running a special of two years of quality VPN service for $59.95.

Still not sure why you might want a VPN?  Check out PIA’s FAQ here: http://bit.ly/2C8iW74

Up to five devices, and no records kept.

You can get this deal (and save you some money) only through the end of the day on 5 Jan 2018 through this affiliate link:

https://www.privateinternetaccess.com/pages/pia-2yr-deal/ideatreash

As they say… I’m also a client.

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