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The Wall Street Journal

Proton CEO Is Shutting Down India VPN Servers to Protest Cybersecurity Guidelines

The Swiss firm behind well-known virtual-private-network service Proton VPN is pulling its servers from India, the most recent supplier to take action in response to new authorities guidelines that firms and rights teams say threaten customers’ privateness.

India’s company overseeing pc safety will efficient Sunday require VPN operators within the nation to gather data comparable to clients’ names, e-mail addresses and the IP addresses they use to hook up with the web. The businesses should preserve the information for no less than 5 years and furnish it to authorities when requested.

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