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    Anonymous Coward, 26 Jan 2016 @ 12:27pm

    As it turns out, "we don't do logs" is a rather meaningless statement when a VPN simply outsources logging. Furthermore, "logging" is not necessary to get you in hot water - it only means a VPN could be relaying your activities in REAL-TIME to 3rd parties, like federal agencies, etc., but technically, not "logging" (recording events on their end).

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