00:00:00 Son recommends using Malvin as a good, less technical, option for people who want to use a VPN. Malvin is based in Sweden, has good privacy laws, and does not log any user activity. Ping with Bitcoin is another good way to pay for the VPN.
00:10:00 The author of the video recommends using Mullvad as an alternative to other third-party VPNs, noting that it has better data privacy policies than many other VPNs. The video also demonstrates how to set up Mullvad using a few tests.
00:15:00 The video discusses why a user might want to use a VPN, and highlights the benefits of using a VPN over other online security measures. The video then provides instructions on how to set up a VPN on a computer, and recommends using a self-hosted VPN if the user does not have sensitive use cases or wants to avoid learning how to set up servers. Finally, the video provides a link to a mirror of the video so that viewers can access the content even if the YouTube algorithm is not favorable to privacy-related content.