India Forces All VPN Providers to Log and Store User Data

One of the benefits of using a VPN service to connect to the web is the enhanced privacy, as such a solution basically makes it possible to stay anonymous and without revealing any information about you or your device.

Of course, most people are looking for VPN services that don’t collect any data about their activity while connected to the servers, and in the last couple of years, more and more providers have been betting big on such capabilities.

India, however, has had enough with no-log VPNs, as the country has passed a new law that will require all providers not only to store information about their users but also to share it with the government when required.

No-log VPNs

Coming into effect on June 27, the new directive forces VPN services to store the data on their servers for no less than five years, as per Neo… (read more)

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