Google Launches Global VPN System to Protect Smartphone Users

The business of collecting and analyzing data is still one of the most profitable, and therefore even successful players in the market, like Google, are not ashamed to constantly create new tools. The latest know-how of the company is a system of filtration and total encryption of traffic from mobile devices called "Project Fi". This is a specific add-on to existing communication systems that will hide your network activity from the eyes of Google's competitors.

Project Fi was created in collaboration with the largest Western telecom operators, plus it covers about 2 million Wi-Fi networks around the world. Therefore, it is not so important in what way you correspond on the Web - on the contrary, the system eliminates such an annoying moment as being tied to free Wi-Fi with a bad signal. And she herself switches to the use of stable mobile traffic when encrypting and transmitting messages.

Google claims that although they will have access to all your mobile traffic, they will not use anything in their own interests or the interests of other businesses. They'll just keep copies on their servers, just in case. This is the price to pay for a new level of anonymity, which the Project Fi project is called upon to implement. One trouble - after numerous violations of similar promises of Google, almost no one believes.

A real, significant plus of Project Fi is that this system competes with all other paid and free VPN servers, because it offers ordinary and incompetent users to get two bonuses at once in one. And improve the quality of your wireless connection, without going into the intricacies of the passage of radio signals, and provide at least some anonymity when working on the Internet. There are no less effective solutions in the world, but they require knowledge of administration and painstaking configuration of computer hardware - not all users are ready to take such measures.