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Tuesday, October 10, 2017

PureVPN’s ‘non-existent’ logs used to track, arrest alleged internet stalker


PureVPN, one of many virtual private network providers claiming not to keep logs or identifying information of its users was instrumental in the arrest of a Massachussetts man on Friday. The logs, which PureVPN claims don’t exist, were used to track and arrest 24-year-old Ryan Lin. Lin is accused of stalking ex-roommate, Jennifer Smith, also 24. According to PureVPN’s privacy policy: We Do Not monitor user activity nor do we keep any logs. We therefore have no record of your activities such as which software you used, which websites you visited, what content you downloaded, which apps you used, etc. after…

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