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I don't like the news out of Washington about internet privacy restrictions
being relaxed in favor of ISPs. This isn't any good.
The *Washington Post* article suggested using a VPN. I like that idea, and
my research suggests that some open source software running on an
inexpensive Raspberry Pi would help. (I can't see paying an outfit like
ExpressVPN $99.95 a year for their service.)