The Best VPN for Bittorrent by TorrentFreak

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Our editors have always been huge fans of sites like TorrentFreak.  First and foremost they report on news that every other main stream media site neglegcts 99.9% of time.  Just what kind of news is that?  The kind of news where thousands of “John and Jane Does” are sued by movie studios, producers, filmmakers, and organizations like the RIAA.  TorrentFreak really does live up to their tagline, “The place where breaking news, bittorrent, and copyright colide.”

So our editors were immediately intrigued by an article TF ran called, “What’s the Best VPN/Proxy for Bittorrent?” Especially since it came on the heels of news articles for about a half dozen different lawsuits – all filed against BT users by content owners, producers, or distributors.

What wasn’t a surprise to us was the responses TF received from their loyal readers.  Most of them identified VPN as a must-have.  A huge majority of them clearly indicated premium VPN from paid providers was the way to go.  Even more of them listed the preferred types of VPN (L2TP/IPSec, OpenVPN).

But the really great part that came as no surprise to us here at VPNandUsenetReviews, was the overwhelming support for all of our Top 5 rated VPN providers!  That’s right, the TF readers reported, that some of their favorite VPN’s were providers like:  HideMyAss, StrongVPN, and Astrill.  A few of them even linked to our site (we are absolutely flattered!).  There were also some honorable mentions among the readers that have high ratings on our site:  VPNTunnel.SE and VyprVPN.

Head over to the article and read for yourself.  Just another indication, like the McLeans article we reported on earlier, that premium VPN service is worth the cost.  And to top it all off, that our editors reviews, and our customer ratings are right on point!  Consider us stoked here at!

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One Response to “The Best VPN for Bittorrent by TorrentFreak”

  1. Aidan Roberts says:
    July 16th, 2013 at 1:50 am

    What about ExpressVPN? They are a very anonymous OpenVPN provider.

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