On June 14th, a popular VPN service provider, NordPVN, shut down its servers in India after the country announced its new VPN rule.
The strict guidelines will be enforced by the Indian government on June 27 and will require companies to retain their customers’ personal information.
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India’s new Internet guidelines are said to force several VPN companies to keep personal data of its users, such as their real names, IP addresses, and online usage patterns for a maximum of five years.
VPN companies should also agree to share the information with Indian authorities upon request if they conduct business in the…