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ExpressVPN removes its servers from India; know the reason behind it!

ExpressVPN which is owned by the Kape Technologies has removed its services from India.

Recently, a new law has been passed in India under the Information Technology Act 2000 of sub-section (6) of section 70B which makes compulsory for the VPNs and other internet service providers to gather sensitive user data. Consequently, all the internet service providers will store the user data for five years and hand it over to the agency.

ExpressVPN states that the laws are opposite with the purpose of using VPNs. VPNs are particularly designed to keep the users online privacy. Hence, the ExpressVPN removed its servers from India.

However, ExpressVPN has assured that the users can still connect to its servers and can access internet if they are located in India. The company has also confirmed that the users would be given the Indian IP addresses and there will be only a little difference. The user who want to connect to an Indian server should select the VPN server location India via Singapore or India via the UK and can use the service.

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