Pornhub New VPNhub Service - Will It Sell Your Data?
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Pornhub New VPNhub Service – Will It Sell Your Data?

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Pornhub is launching a VPN service with free, unlimited bandwidth to improve the privacy of its users. The service is called VPNhub and the apps for iOS and Android are already available for download, with Windows and MacOS apps for premium subscribers.

Enjoy the pleasure of protection with VPNhub. With full data encryption and guaranteed anonymity, go with the most trusted VPN to protect your privacy anywhere in the world”, VPNhub’s website says.

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More about VPNhub

According to privacy watchdogs, a VPN service for Pornhub is more than logical, as we live in times when some governments are leaning towards regulating adult content online. Unlimited bandwidth, however, is not typical for your average VNP service but is once again logical for Pornhub as it is primarily a website for streaming videos. On top of that, users are welcome to browse other websites besides Pornhub as well.

How Private Is VPNhub?

There’s of course an option for premium subscription for the most hardcore fans of the adult website (pun intended). The premium version provides faster speeds, eliminates ads, and opens up servers from a wide range of countries, as explained in the website’s FAQ. Typically, there is a free trial of 7 days. The service is available on a global scale but is unavailable in countries that the U.S. bans companies from working in, like Cuba, Iran, and North Korea.

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It all sounds perfect, doesn’t it? Users who carefully read privacy policies will inevitably notice something a bit awkward. Of course, Pornhub first promises to “never store, collect, sell, or transmit your personal info to third parties,” which you would expect from any VPN service really. Nonetheless, there’s a different statement in the privacy policy where it becomes evident that the service can sell “aggregate or non-personally identifiable information with non-affiliated third parties for advertising, marketing or research purposes.”

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Milena Dimitrova

An inspired writer and content manager who has been with SensorsTechForum for 4 years. Enjoys ‘Mr. Robot’ and fears ‘1984’. Focused on user privacy and malware development, she strongly believes in a world where cybersecurity plays a central role. If common sense makes no sense, she will be there to take notes. Those notes may later turn into articles! Follow Milena @Milenyim

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