VersaVPN.com believes that respect of privacy is of the utmost importance in today’s world. Nonetheless, many jurisdictions throughout the world still permit some legitimate or illegitimate authorities to compromise people’s privacy in the context of the rules of law. This includes, but is not limited to, the U.S. Patriot Act or the British H.R. 1981. Such laws would provide relevant warrant, search or seizure in the context of criminal investigations, while forbidding the disclosure of such events to the entire affected user base.
VersaVPN.com believes a Warrant Canary is a valuable addition, in order to confer always the most useful transparency. Indeed, between the time we are served with a legal request that would compromise our customers’ privacy and the well being of our ethical policy, and the time we can technically cease operations in a specific jurisdiction and relocate to somewhere else, we might be subject to the terrible consequences explained earlier.
This is to tackle this problem that VersaVPN.com will make available, on a weekly basis, a “warrant canary” in the form of a cryptographically signed message containing the following: – A declaration of honor, provided by our Engineer, Argie Perez, who certifies that, to the date of publication, no warrants, searches or seizures that have not been reported in our Transparency Report, have actually taken place.
The below “warrant canary” has been generated on: 2015-12-10