protect up to five devices for $4.99 a month
why would I spend 5 usd per month to a service provider I don't trust? Sure, they're not on level with old hats / usual suspects in privacy violators, i.e. google, fb, ms, amazon, etc.., not YET, but they're salivating to join the club. Only that now, everybody knows to sprinkle their medicine with the usual bullshit like that they consider the privacy of their customers their top priority, and value their privacy above anything else, that the privacy of their customers is the cornerstone of their service. And, that they will never, ever, never-ever, EVER breach their customers' trust. They all say that before they break these empty promises, and repeat them after. Why pay for bullshit? At least, with "free" vpn-like (ok proxy) from the Chinese behind the opera browser, I know (or think I do) what I get for "free" i..e. where this data goes. Or, at least, I can be reasonably sure it will not go west, which is probably good enough. Until they get exposed to sell, on the side, your "private" data to US government. Stranger things have happened, I'm sure ;)
btw, for a fiver a month there's at least one vpn service I can trust, to much higher degree. And no, it's not the privacy-joke of nordvpn (which, on top of their "alternative approach to due diligence", have also been exposed, by their own sloppiness over publicly shared information, to be a product, possibly a by-product of a Lithuanian mothership (forgot the name of that businss). Which, actually, might also be a decoy for a different entity (conspiracy theorists and practicians ahoy!)
all that said - it doesn't matter. There WILL be plenty of idiots, possibly millions, who
a) have heard there's something going on with "privacy" and in the same breath, a mysterious, silver bullet word "vpn" appears, and
b) there's this Mozilla, cuddly, furry, definitely friendly muppet-like pal of yours, and they offer "reliable & trustworthy" vpn service and
c) click HERE to enter your card details and HERE to activate perpetual service / license.