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You can take an internet speed test anytime you want, but there are different purposes to choose one speed test platform over another. Your internet service provider (ISP) may offer one of their own. There was a speed test sponsored by Indiana Farm Bureau in the past, but the current speed test platform Indiana residents should use is through ConnectingIndiana.com
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A VPN means virtual private network. When one is activated, your data and online activity is shielded from third party trackers by connecting you to a private server before it connects to the server of the website you are visiting. You are given a temporary IP address, and your real, permanent IP address is hidden. This protects your online privacy and security, especially when you are connected to public wifi.
BEAD stands for Broadband Equity Access and Deployment. It is a $42.45 Billion dollar program the federal government is using to fund planning, infrastructure, deployment and internet adoption programs in order to expand high-speed internet in all 50 states plus Washington, D.C., our commonwealths and territories. Indiana was awarded $868 million in BEAD funds to ensure that every Indiana resident has access to high-speed, reliable, affordable broadband access. The Indiana Broadband Office is working to determine how these dollars will be spent.