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Analyzing the riskiness of consumer privacy networks

Proxy and VPN usage is often believed to be associated with bad actors who engage in risky or fraudulent behavior.

However, security-savvy users now rely on consumer privacy networks—a class of anonymizing networks administered by major tech companies such as Apple and Google—to anonymize their online activities. 

Download this white paper to delve deeper into:

  • Why consumer privacy networks may be associated with higher-value accounts and lower risk
  • The mechanisms used by administrators of consumer privacy networks to anonymize traffic while limiting opportunities for abuse
  • The current data on risky activities—reports of chargebacks, spam/abuse, or suspected fraud—broken down by proxy type

Our white paper also includes additional resources to help you holistically evaluate consumer privacy networks for your specific business case.