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 March 13, 2016  Posted by  Business, Court, Online, Surveillance

Andy of TorrentFreak reports on a case in Florida where law enforcement attempted to obtain logs from Private Internet Access vpn, only to be told that no, they really don’t log. The details were incorporated in a  criminal complaint (here). Andy quotes the relevant part:

“During the course of the investigation, subpoenas and search warrants have been directed to various companies in an attempt to identify the internet protocol (IP) address from where the email messages are being sent,” the complaint reads.

“All of the responses from [email provider] 1&1, Facebook, Twitter, and Tracfone have been traced by IP address back to a company named London Trust Media [doing business as]”


“A subpoena was sent to London Trust Media and the only information they could provide is that the cluster of IP addresses being used was from the east coast of the United States,” the FBI’s complaint reads.

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