VPNs can come handy when hitting geo-blocking or when you’re worried about your ISP or WiFi provider spying on you. Since the market is flooded with VPN providers which – bluntly stated – “suck”, here are three VPN suggestions you can actually use and trust.
Windscribe offers an app for near to every OS. They even provide browser add-ons if you prefer that. Their VPN has a free, as well as a payed option which adds goodies like blocking advertisements et al.
For anything else, there’s the TOR network. The downsides of TOR are that it tends to be slow, and that people can identify you are using TOR – which will result in anoying captchas and other TOR-based access blocking annoyances.