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The ISP doesn't need to "track you down" they have your name and address already. Just download their program to your computer, login with the details they send you when you sign up and simply click connect on the program. As far as torrenting is concerned, the point of using VPN is NOT to encrypt traffic, but rather to have a different IP, which is hard to track by your ISP and the copyright guards.Plus, simply looking at data consumption is not proof of illegal activities, ever heard of Netflix? Having traffic encrypted is another effect of VPN, which is more appreciated by those who value privacy, as it is often very hard to crack the encryption (make sure you don't use psudo VPN like Microsoft pptp or the Cisco ones) and get what you are sending/receiving, including your emails, chats and bank details.And then based on the IP address they find out which ISPs they're from, and send out letters/mails to those ISPs to request more details of their customers.The ISPs keep records of IP allocation for various purposes.By IP and times stamp they will be able to tell who's the user at that moment.If they give such details to the copyright trolls, the trolls will be able to file a law suite against personnels.If you are downloading a copyright material, then you should understand that there are two types of trackers, private trackers and public trackers. It’s hard to track these users; hence, they are usually considered safe. Proxy Although Seedboxes are safer than VPN, they are expensive and used by the users of private trackers who upload tons of data.

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With the metadata law, now it's mandatory for the ISPs to keep logs for a certain period of time.Nice to know, the sponsors of Torrentfreak are the BEST, LOL.....Theoretically that should not cause you issue as ISP does not give a d**n whether you torrent./vpn-anonymous-review-160220/ and I see PIA, Top Guard and Slick are the BEST – according to Torrent Freak But look at the right sidebar of Torrentfreak.And I see three banners of Torrent Freak sponsors – PIA, Top Guard and Slick VPN...

With the metadata law, now it's mandatory for the ISPs to keep logs for a certain period of time.

Nice to know, the sponsors of Torrentfreak are the BEST, LOL.....

Theoretically that should not cause you issue as ISP does not give a d**n whether you torrent.

/vpn-anonymous-review-160220/ and I see PIA, Top Guard and Slick are the BEST – according to Torrent Freak But look at the right sidebar of Torrentfreak.

And I see three banners of Torrent Freak sponsors – PIA, Top Guard and Slick VPN...

They get onto tracker with their naked ISP connection, from the IP address their ISP allocated to them.