VPN Providers Abandon India Amid Privacy Crackdown

As expected, India’s new privacy regulations are leading to a mass exodus of VPN providers.

India Blinks, Extends Deadline for VPN Rules by Three Months

India has pushed back the deadline for new rules governing VPNs by three months amid an uproar that has seen some providers leave the country.

ExpressVPN Removes Its Servers From India

ExpressVPN has removed its servers from India in response to legislation that requires VPNs to track and log a significant amount of user data.

VPN Providers May Be Forced to Pull Out of India

VPN providers may be forced to pull out of the Indian market over a new law that undermines the privacy VPNs offer.

ExpressVPN Offering One-Time $100,000 Bug Bounty

ExpressVPN is offering a one-time, $100,000 reward to anyone who can hack its servers.

New York Times: ‘Stop Paying for a VPN’

Writing for the New York Times, Brian X. Chen makes the case that it’s time to stop paying for VPNs.

ExpressVPN Linked to UAE Spy Ring, Company’s Integrity in Question

ExpressVPN may be one of the most popular VPN options available, but some are calling for users to abandon it as its integrity is now in question.

Mozilla Expands VPN to Mac and Linux – Testing Included

Mozilla has expanded its VPN service to include support for the Mac and Linux platforms.