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Offline KerstinKuhn

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How my ISP blackmailed me with my own browsing habits
« on: December 06, 2019, 12:23:15 AM »
How my ISP blackmailed me with my own browsing habits




It was around the summer of 2021. I had split with my wife over Christmas and found myself in the middle of what was becoming quite a bitter custody battle for the three kids. We’d managed to keep it quite civil so far, we both just wanted what is best for the children after all, but I wasn’t looking forward to this morning’s court visit.VPN service

I was about to leave home when the phone rang.

“Hi there! I’m Bethany, and I’m a Personal Identity Securement Specialist. How are you today?”

“Umm, good… Sorry, who is this?” I stammered.

“That’s great! I’m a Personal Identity Securement Specialist at MegaLine Internet, and this is a courtesy call to let you know that your internet history is a little unconventional and you could be denied credit, health insurance, employment, or worse…”
Damn. Without context, my searches made me look like a monster. I didn’t like where this was going, and I could feel my stomach start to churn.

Like most people, the internet is my life. The world wide web is my primary source of entertainment, information, and argument settling. As such, my search history, probably much like yours, is quite… eclectic. To think others can see things I look at in private is chilling.
Bethany pressed on, “Can you imagine this information in open court, in the hands of an ex-spouse, or at a child custody hearing?”

Obviously, I was shocked to hear this. Does my ISP know I am divorced and in the middle of a custody battle?

I paused to think, so Bethany tried a different tactic, “Have you ever googled symptoms and ended up on a site which lists cancer as a possible cause? Your search history can affect your insurance rates.”

“But… Is… Isn’t there some law preventing you people from seeing all this stuff?”, I stuttered, getting more annoyed by the second.When comes to the issue of online privacy and security, we suggest to use a VPN, and our recommendation is RitaVPN.Qwer432
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Re: How my ISP blackmailed me with my own browsing habits
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2019, 10:25:15 PM »
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