@ScottMortimer I belive its based on Mullvad, and I have great experience using it as a VPN. If you have more specific questions, ask away!
@ScottMortimer You shouldn't use Mozilla services as they don't give a shit about privacy and host all of their stuff on GAFAM clouds.The VPN information page is on Google cloud: https://tools.keycdn.com/geo?host=vpn.mozilla.org and most of their other stuff on Amazon AWS.Mozilla VPN is basically just a reseller of https://mullvad.net and they do actually care about privacy so I recommend using their service directly.
@nipos @ScottMortimer to follow up on this, what are your thoughts on Firefox Relay? From what I read in the link below it looks like something developed by them, powered by AWS' SES. https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/privacy/firefox-relay/
@ScottMortimer To be honest, you're better off just using Mullvad. Firefox VPN is just a skin over that, so why not cut out the middleman?
@ScottMortimer From memory the network is run by another company? If I remember correctly it's ... Mullvad?
Didn't trust it the second we got the email about it from Mozilla.
@ScottMortimer Mozilla will have all of your PII. This PII is linked to your Mullvad account. Thus completely defeating all privacy and 'no logs' by way of Mozilla.
Do not use under any circumstances. It's a new Onavo.
@ScottMortimer I find the negative sentiment against Mozilla fascinating, whats up with that?
@krash It's good to hear different whistles
@ScottMortimer On the waiting list since 1889.
@ScottMortimer Based on Mullvad. Why not just use Mullvad? They're good.
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