From a news story on the new KRACK Wifi vulnerability came this gem... On paper, using a VPN server sounds smart. But we’ve been there already — be careful with VPN services out there. You can’t trust any of them. When you use a VPN service, you reroute all your internet traffic to a VPN server in a data center somewhere. An attacker can’t see what you’re doing on your WiFi network, but a VPN company can log all your internet traffic and use it against you. For instance, The Register discovered last week in a legal document that PureVPN shared key information with authorities to track and arrest a man. And yet, the company’s website claims that PureVPN doesn’t keep any log. Again, don’t trust any VPN company. Unless you’re willing to build your own VPN server, a VPN service is not the solution. So be warned sports fans, you can't rely on fancy tech tricks to stay out of jail. I use a public vpn, but not for that reason. I just don't like my ISP keeping tabs on me. The guvvies can find anyone if they want to. VPN's aren't going to keep the guvvies from finding you.