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ProtonVPN Relaunches After Early Challenges

Back in June, ProtonVPN announced that it was open for business. The service, developed by MIT and CERN, promises to route all traffic through privacy-friendly countries such as Iceland and Switzerland that aren't likely to hand data over to anyone else. On paper, it looked like a great option for those who looking for a secure VPN option, developed by reputable people. However, the service was so popular that it crashed.
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