Mark just asked about VPNs and here’s the quick scoop. First is that the main reason to get a VPN is for privacy reasons. There are really two choices.
If you want your own personal VPN server, I’m not sure $20/month is the cheapest but some folks are offering preconfigured personal servers. The advantage is speed, the disadvantage is that they only owrk in one . For tech geeks, use AWS Lightsail or Digital Ocean and Streisand. https://www.paulobrien.net/how-to-create-your-own-personal-vpn-and-why-you-should/
If you need something that is going to be everywhere, then you want a provider which is outside of the US for privacy reasons and has a no-log policy. I’m using NordVPN and it is ok. Main reason I use it is that the iOS client works better than Private Internet Access, the other folks I’ve used.