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If you’re concerned about privacy, you might want to skip Facebook’s VPN — Onavo Protect

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Facebook and privacy are not words that really belong in the same sentence, so the idea that the social network is offering a VPN tool might well raise your suspicions. Back in 2013, Facebook acquired Onavo, the company behind the VPN tool Protect. Recently, users of the Facebook iOS app noticed a link to something labelled Protect within settings. While this appears to be a built-in setting, it is in fact just a link to the Onavo Protect VPN app — and the idea of a Facebook-owned VPN tools being promoted from with the Facebook app has people concerned. Take… …Continue reading on BetaNews

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