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Opinion on PIA

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andromilon3
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Opinion on PIA

Postby andromilon3 » Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:50 am

Hi, I WAS a subscriber to private internet access for a while. They had great speeds and great support and allowed a lot of devices. this got me to thinking, how can they offer so many server for so cheap and when asked about if they log it was just a firm, no we dont log. They never say any more or any less. I then found cryptostorm. Equal speed, better encryption and what seems to be a whole forum fascinated with security which I like better. Whats everyones opinion on private internet access? Do you think they are sell outs? Can a company that operates in this way not match a user to its real ip. I am in no way trying to endorse them or anything. If this is inappropriate delete, and I apologize.
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