Attila Tomaschek

Attila began writing for ProPrivacy.com in 2018 after having been in the VPN industry for over 4 years. As an industry veteran, Attila has cultivated a deep understanding of how VPNs can help users unlock the internet and protect their privacy online. Attila is a staunch advocate for digital privacy and for a free and open internet, and various publications have asked him to provide expert comment on matters of digital privacy.

Attila honed his writing and research skills at Union College in New York State, from where he graduated with degrees in Cultural Anthropology and American History. He followed that by completing his MBA degree at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Prior to jumping into the VPN world and writing for ProPrivacy.com, he wrote market analysis reports for a market intelligence and consultancy group in Budapest focusing on various business sectors within Central and Eastern Europe.

From an early age, Attila was fascinated by the power and unbounded potential of technology. With today’s rapid advancements in technology, however, he realized that with that power and potential comes the threat of very real privacy risks. Attila has made it his mission to investigate and analyze all matters of digital privacy, and to share his knowledge with others through his writing.

Articles Written

5 Best VPNs for Mac in 2019

February 26, 2019

How to watch Killing Eve Season 2 outside of the US

February 1, 2019

Facebook pays teenagers just $20 for full access to their phone

January 30, 2019

FaceTime bug allows iPhone and Mac users to eavesdrop on contacts without their knowledge

January 29, 2019

New Chinese app alerts users to nearby "deadbeat debtors"

January 25, 2019

Major internet disruption reported in Venezuela amid protests

January 24, 2019

Americans unwilling to pay Facebook and Google for more privacy

January 24, 2019

Google fined €50 million by French privacy watchdog

January 22, 2019

ExpressVPN survey finds Americans want more control over personal data online

January 21, 2019

Does Facebook know you better than you know yourself? It thinks it does.

January 20, 2019

Iran government approves Instagram ban

January 16, 2019

New study concludes Facebook worth a $1,000 a year to users

January 11, 2019

German hacker behind largest data breach in German history was self taught

January 10, 2019

Apple trolls competition with huge privacy billboard at this year's CES

January 7, 2019

The PewDiePie hackers are back, and this time they're targeting Google Home devices

January 4, 2019