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Karma introduces security service to protect end-user data

Thursday 28 December 2017 | 11:02 CET | News
US MVNO Karma released Karma Black, a new product that allows customers to surf the web in complete privacy. Their location, history, and personal information will be guarded from their ISP's eyes through relaying their encrypted connection through VPN servers and relay servers maintained by Karma and technology partners. Whether end-users are using a Karma Go or Karma Black, their Wi-Fi speeds are not throttled, their online information is not sold, and their web access is not prioritised. Karma believes that ISPs that sell customer information are breaking end-users' privacy.

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Countries: United States
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