FBI Arrests A Cyberstalker After Shady “No-Logs” VPN Provider Shared User Logs

PureVPN shared logs that it said it wasn’t storing or making… hmm… who else is doing the same thing?!

FBI recently arrested a psycho cyber stalker with the help of a popular VPN service and this case apparently exposed the company’s lies about the “no logs” policy.

Taking down cyber stalkers and criminals is definitely a good thing, and the FBI has truly done a great job, but the VPN company whose first line of the privacy policy is—“We Do Not monitor user activity nor do we keep any logs”—has literally betrayed its customer’s trust.

It’s no secret that most VPN services—which claim to shield your Internet traffic from prying eyes, assuring you to surf the web anonymously—are not as secure as they claim.

In this post-Snowden era, a majority of VPN providers promise that their service is anonymous, with no log policy, but honestly, there is no way you can verify this.

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