Frequently asked questions
Using a VPN is legal unless you live in Belarus, Iraq, North Korea or Turkmenistan, although countries like China and Russia put heavy restrictions and block many providers.
In most countries, including the USA, Canada and The United Kingdom, using a VPN is legal. In most other countries, using a VPN is legal, although there may be some restrictions.
No logging policies state that no sensitive information such as your IP address, website data, or personally identifying information are logged with your VPN provider.
Most major VPN providers will have a no logging policy but many VPNs will still log at least some of your data for things like error reporting, so it’s important to understand what information (if any) is logged, and to avoid companies that have vague or sometimes misleading no logging policies.
Our VPN comparisons are ranked on on several data points under the following 8 categories:
- Supported streaming apps
- Supported games
- Supported operating systems
- Servers and Locations
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