FrootVPN is offered by Frootynet AB, a company registered in Stockholm, Sweden. Therefore Swedish laws apply such as Electronic Communications Act 2003:389.
But, what happens if:
request access to information inherited by FrootVPN?
As FrootVPN is a prepaid flatrate service, we enjoy one of the strongest legal protections existing under Swedish law. Usually an Internet Service Provider needs to retain access time and IPs, sometimes even volume transferred. However being a prepaid flatrate service, the Swedish law does not demand such documentation from FrootVPN.
If Swedish authorities can prove beyond reasonable doubt, e.g. in murder cases or serious fraud, that they have a case for demanding subscription information from FrootVPN they have to be of the opinion that if convicted the user will be imprisoned - a fine is not enough.
We then have to pass on account information entered by the user to the authorities, this information is limited to:
FrootVPN only stores the least required information about your account.
Our servers are configured in such a way that they will not gather or retain any sort of access logs that could lead to your identification.
Only Frootynet AB's employees have access to the systems and may only enable debugging log aggregation for limited time if service quality is in danger.
It's worth to note that requests from other parties than Swedish authorities are silently ignored.
The GPG signed legal canary is available here: canary.txt
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