Privacy from ISP?
August 23, 2012 7:19 AM Subscribe
An un-sketchy (not free? not ad-supported?) ssh web proxy?
posted by zeek321 to Computers & Internet (5 answers total) 10 users marked this as a favorite
I think I'll be downloading, on average, about 400MB/day from the web, and I want a tiny bit of privacy from my ISP. (I know they'll be able to count the bits, but I'd prefer they didn't know what or from where I'm downloading.)
On principle, I'd prefer to support a company that doesn't store much user data and only cooperates with law enforcement when it's legally compelled. But I'm not doing anything shady--I'd actually prefer that the proxy is based in the USA.
Can you recommend a company with this service? Say, $30/month or less? ($5/month is better...)
Am I asking the right question? I wouldn't dream of clogging Tor with my frivolous downloading when people's lives depend on it.