Just days after ExpressVPN announced it was removing all of its servers from India to fail to comply with the Indian government’s new cybersecurity rules for VPN providers, another Virtual Private Network (VPN) service provider, Surfshark, joined the bandwagon .
The Dutch VPN provider is just the second company to pull out of the country after India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) announced new rules that require VPN providers to store user data for a period of five years to follow . In response, the company decided to shun its India-based servers as they violated the company’s norms and appeared to “go against the company’s core ethos.”
What is a VPN?
A VPN, or virtual private network, is a channel through which a private network is virtually connected between…