How a VPN Can Protect You After Net Neutrality Ends

March 5, 2018
Updated 4mo ago

Max Eddy, software analyst for PC Magazine, explains what a VPN is and why it could protect users after the end of net neutrality. Net neutrality regulations are expected to be officially rolled back next month.

Eddy explains in a PC Magazine poll, 32% of people still don't know what net neutrality is. A Virtual Private Network, or a VPN, could allow users to access sites blocked by their ISP.