VPN 保留連線記錄幫助 FBI 抓犯人

這應該是這幾天鬧得蠻大的事情:「PureVPN Logs Helped FBI Net Alleged Cyberstalker」。

起因在於 PureVPN 的廣告寫著他們不會記錄:

但在證詞裡卻提到 PureVPN 有記錄:

“Significantly, PureVPN was able to determine that their service was accessed by the same customer from two originating IP addresses: the RCN IP address from the home Lin was living in at the time, and the software company where Lin was employed at the time,” the agent’s affidavit reads.

然後回頭看 PureVPN 的 Privacy 條款發現他們在條款裡面寫著他們會記錄連線資訊:

Our servers automatically record the time at which you connect to any of our servers. From here on forward, we do not keep any records of anything that could associate any specific activity to a specific user. The time when a successful connection is made with our servers is counted as a ‘connection’ and the total bandwidth used during this connection is called ‘bandwidth’. Connection and bandwidth are kept in record to maintain the quality of our service. This helps us understand the flow of traffic to specific servers so we could optimize them better.

然後被告 Ryan S. Lin 就幹剿了:

“There is no such thing as a VPN that doesn’t keep logs,” Lin said. “If they can limit your connections or track bandwidth usage, they keep logs.”

以後挑 VPN 還得仔細看條款裡面留 log 的部份啊...

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