Globe To PLDT Update, Browsing Privacy
Hey, everyone! I am here again (I really just have to post this while it’s fresh in my mind) to let you know about what transpired yesterday. Warning though: This is going to be a looong post.
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Say whatever you want (paranoid, feeler, whatever) about me. I know that there are a lot of subscribers (yes, it is that desperate in this country that people still choose to go with them even if it mostly sucks). You’d say it would take too much of their time to do that. Oh you just don’t know how many people make up their entire team. There could be a dedicated team to do just that: monitor outgoing traffic.
Fine, you can say I should use VPN. I.am.so.over.that.shit. It makes the connection much worse than it already is. And besides, you wouldn’t really know who have access to VPN servers. At least if my connection is directly with Globe, and my private data somehow leaked, I know who I’d go after if something went wrong with my online accounts😈 (suck it up, Globe!).
Aaaand, that is the reason we chose to still stay with Globe. Aside from the fact that no one has called me yet about my application with PLDT (and I cancelled it already via email), we already have an existing connection which will just be upgraded. I wouldn’t have to worry about the service not getting installed just because there’s no “slot” available. I do hope that when they upgrade our service, it will really be an “upgrade” from the crappy one we’re using now.
Jeez, that was long. Alright, back to my cave. See you again some time!