I’ve been using VPNs to protect my online life for the past decade, but I haven’t had a chance to test them for myself.
That’s about to change.
According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, a new survey of more than 6,000 people found that users of VPNs like Tor, Sling, and PPTP are less likely to share sensitive information about themselves with their internet service providers than people who don’t use them.
The findings, which were published in the journal Communications, will likely be of particular interest to people who use Tor, as they’re often used by the most anonymous and anonymous groups on the internet.
They’re also more likely to use VPNs than the general population.
But the survey also found that the number of people using Tor was much higher than the number who didn’t.
About 6 percent of respondents used a VPN, compared to about 3 percent of the general public, the Pew study found.
This means that people who used VPNs were more likely than those who didn.
While the Pew survey wasn’t able to look at how often people use VPN services, the results of the new study indicate that the majority of VPN users use them at least occasionally.
It’s an interesting result, but the results are important because it suggests that VPN users are less comfortable sharing sensitive information to the internet providers, even when it comes to sensitive data that’s private.
The Pew survey found that people using VPN services were less likely than the population at large to say that they’d share sensitive personal information with their ISP, such as email addresses, passwords, and browsing history.
The survey also asked respondents how they felt about sharing such information with other users.
Only 10 percent of those using VPN said they would do so.
The rest said they were uncomfortable about sharing sensitive personal data with other VPN users.
The results of this survey suggest that people with a strong sense of privacy may be less willing to share such information.
The Pew research found that while the majority, or at least a majority, of people who do not use VPN tools for online anonymity use VPN as a way to block ISP surveillance, they’re more likely if they’re connected to an ISP.
About 25 percent of people in the survey said they use VPN for this purpose.
The same survey also noted that the percentage of people that use VPN to access social networking sites is lower.
Pew said that while people who choose VPN services are more likely in the general to use them to access sensitive information, this study shows that some people who have strong privacy concerns are more inclined to use these services.
Pew did not find that people use PPTP for this reason, which is more commonly used in the U.S. to access Facebook, YouTube, and other social networking services.
But Pew did note that people are more comfortable with using VPN to surf the web and to use other types of online services.