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HTTP request data will not be encrypted between the proxy server and the hostname - is this a leak?

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From the Cloudflare privacy policy for Firefox Private Network: "When you access Internet properties that are not secured using Transport Layer Security, your HTTP request data will not be encrypted while in transit from the Firefox Private Network to the requested hostname." Does this mean that your ISP etc can see any portion of your browsing activity on non-HTTPS sites?

From the Cloudflare privacy policy for Firefox Private Network: "When you access Internet properties that are not secured using Transport Layer Security, your HTTP request data will not be encrypted while in transit from the Firefox Private Network to the requested hostname." Does this mean that your ISP etc can see any portion of your browsing activity on non-HTTPS sites?
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Ballison
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Hi super_fonkey,

No, your ISP will not be able to view this data. Your data is still encrypted from FPN to Cloudflare, so your ISP is unable to view this data due to that encryption.

Hi super_fonkey, No, your ISP will not be able to view this data. Your data is still encrypted from FPN to Cloudflare, so your ISP is unable to view this data due to that encryption.
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