While privacy in real-life may involve closing your bedroom curtains when getting ready for bed or visiting your dentist behind closed doors, the idea of privacy is a little bit skewed in the digital space.
Did you know that your personal information is saved in a publicly available database called WHOIS when you register a domain name?
Actually, domain privacy protection is just an “add-on” service you buy to protect your personal details and keep them hidden from the rest of the world.
In other words, Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a hosting that literally mimics dedicated server environments within a shared server.
As I mentioned earlier, VPS is gaining momentum because it is cheaper than dedicated hosting and provides better reliability, security, privacy, and performance.