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While VPNs are legal to use in many countries, including the US, they can be associated with illegal online activity. We explain what’s legal and illegal about using VPNs, plus your rights to use a VPN in different countries.
The good news is, for the most part, yes – VPNs are legal to use, including in the U.S.
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) encrypt your connection to the internet and stop you being tracked or hacked while you’re online
– and there are plenty of perfectly legal reasons for wanting to use a VPN.
VPNs are great for protecting your online privacy. With a VPN enabled, you can disguise your IP address and prevent the government, your internet provider, or third parties from monitoring what you’re up to online. While there are plenty of perfectly legal reasons you might want this degree of privacy, VPNs understandably appeal to those looking to hide less savoury activities, including illegal downloads and use of the darknet.
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