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Ghacks Deals: Goose VPN Lifetime Subscription (or 2-year, 4-year)

Goose VPN is a VPN service that is based in the Netherlands that does not restrict the number of devices that you may use at the same time. It has a network of 25 countries at the time of writing, and clients for Windows, Mac, iOS and Android, a 30-day free trial option to test the network extensively, and promises that it does not log or throttle bandwidth.

You can grab a 2-year, 4-year or lifetime subscription to the service on Ghacks Deals currently. Lifetime is available at $99.99 while 2-year and 4-year subscriptions at $19.99 and $29.99 respectively.

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  1. Ganmo said on August 6, 2020 at 3:17 pm

    Did some minor research and from what I found out it unblocks Netflix US content. But it does not unblock Amazon Prime, Disney+ and few other streaming service… so conclusion not so good maybe. But nice they have a lifetime price.

  2. Running Man said on August 6, 2020 at 5:26 pm

    The simplest test to see if a VPN is monetizing your data is to go to their web-site and see who they allow to track. Use any ad-blocker.
    Of course there is a difference between the web-site vs the VPN server/client software.

    But all three areas offer insight into the owners mindset, business model and privacy policies.
    The situation has deteriorated as I’ve not recently found a single VPN service in the USA that does not either sell, share or (most importantly) allow invasive third-party analytical tools. There is no privacy in the USA. The EU privacy is superior because of GDPR and an enlightened mindset.

    Proactive use of an ad-blocker can prevent web-site/login mining.
    Proactive use of an open-VPN/Wireguard firmware router avoids local device mining.
    However VPN Server data-mining is entirely based up VPN trust and reputation.
    Several VPN services have been sold or compromised and are not to be trusted.

    Payment is a major issue especially internationally.
    Most crypto-sites are the most invasive in demanding facial biometrics, drivers licenses and direct bank account access.
    I’ve switched to a VPN who accepts credit cards DIRECTLY (no Paypal or 2Checkout data-miners).
    Mullvad works only with a TCP connection and KA timer. The router can’t use their DNS either to even get ntp time. The USA desperately needs its own GDPR!

  3. ULBoom said on August 7, 2020 at 12:35 am

    do not
    do not
    do not…

    Oh yeah, those 50 cookies mentioned in our privacy policy? No problem, we promise!

    Just going to Goose’s site put 7 cookies on my computer. I can’t trust them to somehow tie site usage and VPN usage.

    I’m typing this through a legitimate VPN that put, guess what? Zero cookies on my computer. Opened their site and…same thing, zero. Cookies are absolutely not needed for a VPN to function.

    Duck for low flying geese!

    1. peterdedonder said on August 19, 2020 at 9:42 pm

      >> I’m typing this through a legitimate VPN that put, guess what? Zero cookies on my computer.
      Which one?

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