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    Kodi itself is just a media player, but that doesn't mean it's not worth considering a virtual private network (VPN) to use with it.
    The reasons for using a VPN are common across any specific applications you may use. In the case of Kodi, you may have seen material online suggesting you should be using one and how to set it up, and that's fine.
    But you don't need a VPN to use Kodi. That message can sometimes be washed out, but the truth is simple: Kodi is just a media player, an empty shell, and you do not need a VPN.
    Why you should consider using a VPN is because it's just a good thing to have in general for your online activities.

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    08-11-2017 10:20 AM

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