Re: ....risks breaking international human rights law
Or do you pay Johnny Foreigner to deal with all of that and just trust that they aren't going to do anything devious with your data after it pops out the other end of the VPN tunnel?
I trust Johnny Foreigner more than my own MPs these days, which is a very sad state of affairs. But looking at their own corruption, attempts to impose moral censorship, and the clustefuck of Brexit, its hard not to.
You can of course look to reviews of such VPN providers as well, before deciding, and review payment options, etc:. For example:
Etc, though they are a bit advertisement-like in some case.