How to set up a VPN in 10 minutes for free (and why you urgently need one)
Quincy Larson

Looks like your browser may be out-of-date? Because Opera Preferences do not currently provide ad block or VPN options. Instead, those features are included in a product called SurfEasy, developed by Opera, for sale on a subscription basis. Perhaps the new Chinese investors realized that they could monetize users’ desire for privacy.

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