Signals of Trustworthy VPNs

We at ExpressVPN believe that everyone should have the information and guidance needed to evaluate which VPN services they can trust. That’s why we’ve worked with the Center for Democracy and Technology to develop a list of questions that VPN services should be able to answer to signal their trustworthiness. We’ve published the questions and our answers below.

An industry initiative with the Center for Democracy and Technology

When users choose a VPN, they are trusting the provider with their online privacy and security. At ExpressVPN, we want to ensure that everyone is able to evaluate whom they can trust, no matter which VPN service they ultimately select.

That’s why we’ve worked with the Center for Democracy and Technology—an independent non-profit organization that champions online civil liberties and human rights around the world—to create a list of questions that VPN services should be able to answer to signal their trustworthiness. Together, we hope to raise standards across the industry and empower users to make more informed decisions when choosing a VPN—ultimately making the internet more private and secure for all.

These questions and answers are also available on the CDT’s website.

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