One of the most important aspects of a VPN service provider is the way it protects your anonymity. Therefore, when choosing your new VPN provider, it is of crucial importance to know whether it keeps any logs and if it does, whether it stores any sensitive information. You probably already know that PureVPN is one of the best VPNs currently on the market and in this post you can read all about its policy on logs.
You Are (Quite) Invisible
PureVPN does not have a strict no-logging policy. That means that it does store certain data, but not of the kind you should lose sleep over. Most importantly, PureVPN neither monitors your activity nor stores any data about your behavior online. There are no records of the websites you visit, the data you download, the content you stream or anything else. What you do online is your business only and no one knows about it, including PureVPN. What the service records are connection times and bandwidth used, which cannot be classified as sensitive information.
PureVPN also stores the personal information you share with the service when creating an account, such as your name and email address. However, this information is strongly protected.
It is also important to know that PureVPN chose Hong Kong as company headquarters because Hong Kong does not have mandatory data retention laws. This makes it possible for the service not to store or share user data. Even if the service somehow finds out that you violated its Terms Of Service Agreement, which usually happens when it receives complaints from the general public, it simply terminates your account but does not monitor or disclose your activity.
Keeping all this information in mind, we can conclude that although the company has not yet adopted a no-logs policy, it does everything possible to keep you anonymous and protect your data.