Swedish ISP Bahnhof to offer free VPN service to protect consumer privacy

  1. In an effort to protect users' privacy, Bahnhof, the last Swedish ISP refusing to fall in line with the country's data retention law, has said that it would comply with the legal requirement, but at the same time will offer...

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  2. JakeT

    JakeT TS Member Posts: 74   +20

    Hat's off to Bahnhof. I wish North American ISPs had more balls. Let us choose if we want our personal information to be collected and scrutinized or sold to third parties. I want to be able to filter the info that the ISPs collect before it's archived. Google wants my shopping habits, fine, but leave my news sites or forums I visit, etc, out of it. I want to throttle my own stream of data going out.
  3. tonylukac

    tonylukac TS Evangelist Posts: 1,374   +69

    Just like sweden to get rid of the pirate bay and to come up with that.

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