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Preventing my ISP checking on my downloads

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Hello,

 

Can someone advise if there is a way a stopping my ISP identifying what I'm downloading (normally by torrent)?

I use uTorrent and heard about encryption but unsure if it works.

 

I've also read a bit about VPNs and some are free and some you pay a monthly subscription for.

Do you need a new router? How easy is it to set up for a novice?

Totally new to this but don't like the idea of being spied on.

 

Is the a 100% fool proof "free" way of disguising what I'm downloading??

Any help appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Fleece

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Hey Fleece, 

 

Per our ToS we agreed to when signing up here, this isn't something we aren't at liberty to discuss or condone. 

 

Tx

 

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