Hi Carloz, Can I ask a clarification question primarily from the point of privacy..
I fully appreciate Terms of service and non infringement of copyright etc as well as obviously not conducting other illegal activities. Fair enough,
But from a privacy point of view you don't log websites but do log is connection times and ends, and retain for one month. correct?
Being a moderate techno illiterate does this mean if a Vypr user commits a copyright infringement or an illegal activity, and you receive a complaint from the relevant authority or law enforcement agency, then you simply match the isp address sent to you by the claimant agency against your logs of which Vypr user was issued that ip connection at that time. And forward the DCMA on or advise the relevant authority? But you have no indication of the content of sites visited?
If so, that is a more than reasonable position and reflects your privacy but not anonymity policy. But if you actually also have access to website accessed or emails sent, then Vyprvpn users are basically being asked by Goldenfrog to "trust us with your data" which tends to run against the whole net neutrality concept, as someone is always able to monitor your information.
I am sure this is not the case given your stated policy but just seeking to clarify. More and more governments are doing meta data collection in the name of security, which is okay when you have a strong democracy and checks and balances of power, but when in countries where they are nominal democracies, as some Asian countries are, then it's a quick slide to the government being able to pressure VPN services to hand over all your meta data to be used against you in any way.
Would appreciate your clarifying if my understanding is right.