All of your online activity is dictated by your IP address. This address reveals everything about you from your internet connection location, online activity and even your physical location. This information has always been tracked by your ISP and the US government, but now Google is getting into the mix making it more urgent than ever to shield your information. So, how does one shield their information from these entities? The answer is simple, by using a global VPN service such as SurfSafeVPN you can avoid Google spying on your online activity.
VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and it sends all of you online activity and data through a 1024-bit encrypted tunnel, which provides you with a dynamic IP address. Meaning, while you are online your connection is actually coming from a different IP address than the one provided by your ISP while on your home computer, and the one you are connected to on a Wi-Fi connection.
SurfSafeVPN has dedicated servers both domestic and international to keep your information private no matter where you are in the world. In short, SurfSafeVPN will keep your information out of the hands of Google, your ISP and the government. This allows you to use the internet as your own private internet while maintaining your privacy, security and anonymity. Your online activity should be just that, yours. Use SurfSafeVPN and know that “When You’re Connected, You’re Protected” is a guarantee.
For more information, please visit www.SurfSafeVPN.com, or contact Michael Adamson at Michael@SurfSafeVPN.com.
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Do you think that you are safe on the internet? Think again. SurfSafe's VPN service will keep all internet threats away from your computer. Once you're connected, you're protected!