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You should assume any networks that you connect to that you can't configure and control the settings of is a compromised network.
I use my VPN 24/7/365 -- even when I''m home. Not using it would provide my ISP a treasure trove of information about me that they will in turn build a profile and sell my information. A second reasons I use my VPN even at home, I don't web sites to know know my public address and then determine my location. You pay for a VPN service, why use it in select locations?
Lastly, of all the WiFi networks worldwide, how would Proton determine if a WiFi network is public? And how are they to know if a WiFi network is compromised?