I think this is really interesting. I was looking for a CD to download and saw a download from the Pirate Bay. Then I noticed they advertized that I could download in private. I was in shadow mode with Shadow Defender, so I thought why not? I downloaded the set-up file and began the installation. It's called PrivitizeVPN. I chose the Custom installation and unchecked the browser addons etc... It installed and then I connected it. I went to speedtest.net and the speeds were awesome! But I noticed something. Google was in English with no sign of another country so I checked the ip. I have several IP address location sites bookmarked. They all showed Sweden. So I surfed for a while and then I had a thought. I went to google maps. And to my absolute surprise, it not only showed the United States, but it showed a map of my city! I was shocked. So I went through an entire list of browser tests and IP sites that I have saved, including GRC DNS etc... The DNS showed Finland and the IP address showed up as Sweden in every single test. I decided to exit the VPN. I ran cleaners and deleted sandboxie and tried a couple other VPNs. None of them showed my city. So I reconnected to PrivitizeVPN and went to google maps and sure enough, it showed a map of the city that I live in. I did the browser tests and DNS tests again. They all showed Sweden and Finland. So I had an idea. I decided to login to an old gmail account. One that I have had for many years that is not private. Down at the bottom of the page it will show the IP address of the current and previous logins. So guess what IP address showed up? Mine. My real IP was showing. So while none of these browser tests was able to see my true IP, Google was! Some of you may have seen another post where I mentioned that the German exit nodes in airVPN do not fool Google. I went back and tested those. Gmail does not show my true IP, but instead of telling me what country it is like it normally does, it leaves that blank. And when I go to Google Maps, it shows me a picture of the United States. I think Google has some special magic up it's sleeves. I would not recommend using the German exit nodes with airVPN. I use Italy, Singapore and others. But I don't use the German exit nodes. Some here may disagree. But I am just putting my opinion out there. Take it or leave it.