Protect your online privacy with Winston

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If you are concerned about your online privacy while surfing the web or while younger members of your family are streaming content, researching or gaming. You may be interested in a new piece of plug-and-play hardware called Winston, specifically designed to help filter out unwanted advertising, tracking, malware and more.

Check out the comparison table below to learn more about the features you can expect from the Winston hardware once it has been connected to your home network. Winston Protects your online privacy and a wide variety of different ways including cloaking your IP and protecting all your connected devices throughout your home.

Winston is easy to set up and connects to your existing home network with “60 second setup and forget operation” say it’s creators. Winston is now available via Indiegogo offering considerable 60% saving off the lifetime package, with delivery expected to take place early next year during January 2020. Winston already has over 4,000 backers raising over $1,000,000 in funding.

“Winston’s founder, Richard Stokes, was in the ad-tech industry for over a decade, most recently as the Global Head of Innovation for the media intelligence division of the world’s largest advertising agency. In that role, he saw the industry move to embrace new technologies that track, mine, and sell private information (imagine every song you like, every relationship, every purchase you make, and every secret you have being stored forever in the cloud). That was the beginning of the omnipresent surveillance state. Rich decided this was not a world that he wanted his children to grow up in. It all came down to one question…if he wasn’t the person to do something about it, then who would?”

Source: Indiegogo

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