@protonvpn Google: "we have used our
expertise in privacy, cryptography, and infrastructure to build a Google-grade VPN that provides
additional security and privacy"
@t0k It does have its uses, though. Using a VPN (regardless of whether it is Google or Proton behind it) can upgrade a user's security, especially in instances where you have to connect to an insecure network. However, saying that it will improve users' privacy is indeed a big joke. I agree with @protonmail that this could potentially be another attempt from Google to have complete access to all of your online activity.
@protonvpn Well, technically Google already provided a VPN service for over 5 years as part of the Project Fi (seems to be called Google Fi now).
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!