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Does anyone know to tell me why Airvpn does not have a canary warrant?
how are we going to make sure any server or everyone is safe? I think it's important to add this feature to give users more security!

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A warrant canary does not give you more security. If you think it does, I'm curious for your arguments.
And you cannot make sure a given server or user is safe with it. Here I also would like to know the reasoning.

We had this topic quite often when warrant canaries started popping up. At your convenience, just search for it on these forums, there is enough reason to believe it to be no more than a marketing gag.


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