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Just a few thoughts on transparency reports.

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This post: https://airvpn.org/topic/14607-eff-who-has-your-back-protecting-your-data-from-government-requests/

Leads to this matrix: https://www.eff.org/who-has-your-back-government-data-requests-2015

Google, facebook and other big players, a few years ago, decided to regularly publish figures of "government data requests" (also known as transparency reports) to show the general public how this is working and growing, the matrixes are in different formats but still show numbers broken down.  For example, some decide to state how many requests they refuse, and some go even further to say why a request was refused and also naming the country involved.

I would like AirVPN to do the same, even if it's a page that represents "ZERO requests received".  With regards to this post in 2013: https://airvpn.org/topic/3451-logs-raids-and-monitoring/

I've seen lots of talk on the forums about this sort of stuff, compliance with warrants, retention of logs, in-admissibility of data, triggers, etc...  However nobody has recently pointed out that AirVPN lacks a transparency report.

Google TR: https://transparencyreport.google.com/user-data/overview
Facebook TR: https://govtrequests.facebook.com/

Anyone else agree with this or have some additional thoughts?

 

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