VPN AND PROXY
When using a VPN or proxy you should be concerned about what the VPN provider can see in your data, collect from it, and do to it. When you use a VPN, all data to and from your device goes through it. If you visit a website that uses unencrypted HTTP, all of that site's data is visible to the VPN. If you visit a website that uses encrypted HTTPS, the site content is encrypted, but some information about the site might be visible to the VPN. Other apps and services on your device will also transfer data that is encrypted or unencrypted. (Note that this is distinct from the encryption that all VPNs provide. Here we're only concerned with data that is or is not encrypted inside the VPN tunnel.) For unencrypted services, it is possible for a VPN provider to see, collect, and modify (e.g., injecting ads into) the contents of your data. For encrypted data, it is still possible for a VPN to collect metadata about sites visited or actions taken. You should also be concerned with your VPN provider sharing your data with third parties.
Brosfree DO NOT collect or store any VPN data that is not mentioned here.
Brosfree DO NOT modify the contents of your VPN data.
Brosfree DO NOT share any sensitive or user-specific data with third parties
If at any time you have a question about our records containing your Personal Data contact_us email@example.com, we will do our best to answer it. You have the right to be told about the kind of Personal Data we maintain and how it is used. Upon request, we will provide you with information regarding the existence, use and disclosure of your Personal Data.