ExpressVPN refuses to hand over your data in new Indian gov't rules. Your VPN??

Discussion in 'Networking and Security' started by wilburbear, Jun 5, 2022.

  1. All the VPNs will do it, they just won't tell you.
  2. Specterx


    IIRC there was a court case in Turkey where the Turkish police seized some expressvpn servers, and found that there was indeed no logging information kept on them regarding user activity.
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  3. VicBee


    Nothing wrong with government getting access to user data. In some countries of the world it's a matter of life and death.
  4. d08


    This is only true for some select western countries. Rest of the world uses the rules to jail political enemies and even prosecute people for making "offensive" comments.
  5. VicBee


    Absolutely not. In India or Pakistan (both democracies), it's not uncommon for radical groups to plant bombs in markets or religious sites. The security system needs to be able to track peoples communication to avert such horrors.