User2288 VPNs are fast, TOR is slow.
Tradeoff, safety for speed.
TOR gets blocked on may sites. VPNs don't.
Same as above.
VPNs give you a lot of IP choices. TOR doesn't.
False. Change endpoints as much as you like, you can even pick where it comes out.
With a VPN you can specifically pick an IP from a particular country. With TOR you can't, or is limited, and often doesn't work as good as a VPN.
Reverse actually, TOR is the one that gives you choice of endpoint.
TOR nodes are heavily surveilled. Less likely with VPNs.
You think that phoney "privacy" VPNs aren't? Very naive perspective.
TOR is definitely "partly" compromised. Not so with VPNs.
On the contrary, you have NO IDEA how compromised any of those phoney VPNs are. You could be using a service that is provided BY THE FBI!