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Turbo Speed VPN

Turbo Speed VPN Stream, game, or download without limits.

ZenMate offer a 2-year license for $90/£71 only – that is, half price for an additional year. We also offer a 15-month license for the price of a 1-year license!

Trusted by over 34 million, It’s Internet security and privacy at its best! The easy application that hides your IP address, encrypts your traffic and protects your privacy. ZenMate VPN encrypts all of your traffic and hides your IP address so that you can surf the internet anonymously.

Unblock restricted websites today with over 30 VPN server locations to choose from including the UK and US.


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2 Year Licence $90/£71.

Facebook Privacy Notice

Facebook Privacy Notice

Facebook has come up with “Instant personalisation” so what’s this? This allows partners to access your public information (Surely it enhances your experience on other specially selected 3rd party sites?) as it says:
We’ve partnered with a few websites to provide you with great, personalised experiences the moment you arrive, such as immediately playing the music you like or displaying friends’ reviews. To tailor your experience, these partners only access public information (like your name and profile picture) and information available to everyone.” – Facebook

To turn off instant personalisation on all partner sites, un-tick the box and follow:
Go to Account > Privacy Settings > Apps & Websites >Instant Personalization > edit settings & uncheck “Enable” (if available for you!) It shares your information with other website(s)

after all, they can’t just share information with third party sites surely without our consent surely?

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