What VPN services aren’t telling you about data loggingby@osama-tahir
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What VPN services aren’t telling you about data logging

by Osama Tahir7mJune 14th, 2019
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Many VPN providers falsely advertise that they avoid any form of data logging. The term “zero logging” is often misleading. VPN providers take advantage of the fact that broad phrases like “data logging’ can mean more than one thing. There are dozens of different types of logs on user details that a service provider can maintain. As x0rz, a security researcher with a keen eye for privacy and cybersecurity issues prevailing on the web, summed up the problem in these words.

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