You can’t share data if you don’t have it, right? This is exactly why PureVPN feels no hesitation in giving complete transparency to its activities. Being a no-log service, we keep no private data that can later be shared with governments or other entities. We do receive dozens of requests for data (that doesn’t exist) every month. You can check out the report below to know all about these transparently.
“In an age when most businesses keep an opaque lid over their activities, we believe in transparency instead because that is the only way to ensure that our customers keep on trusting us.”
Uzair Gadit CEO, PureVPN
Our Transparency Reports
Intellectual Properties Takedown Requests
The intellectual property requests include DMCA and copyright complaint queries received from corporate, non-corporate, and intermediary services. This report presents the number of intellectual property complaints PureVPN received over the year, the frequency of these complaints, and the actions taken on them.
Emergency Disclosures Report
Reports in this section present the “disclosure without delay” requests made by government agencies. These requests are usually made when there is a serious risk involved of serious physical harm to a person or group of people.
Spammers often use VPN IPs to send unsolicited emails to recipients. This report presents the number of spam complaints PureVPN receives over the year against its IP addresses, as well as the frequency of these activities.
The reports in this section present the court issued legal process for law enforcement purposes
PureVPN often receives requests to release information like name, address, or any other information of a user. All such requests are mentioned in the Subpoena category.