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Transparency reports

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Transparency reports

Postby Guest » Sun Nov 27, 2016 5:17 am

Could cryptostorm start publishing transparency reports about requests from law enforcement for user information?

Here are two examples of online services that do it pretty well:
Anonymous, open source and now discontinued image host img.bi published detailed transparency reports on GitHub: https://github.com/imgbi/img.bi-transparency
Secure, anonymous, open source, meme based webmail provider cock.li publishes transparency reports as .txt, .png, .pdf and .ogg files in subdirectories on their website: https://cock.li/transparency/


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Re: Transparency reports

Postby Guest » Sun Nov 27, 2016 5:35 am

A forum subsection where there is one transparency report/thread could probably also work.


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Re: Transparency reports

Postby Guest » Sun Nov 27, 2016 9:46 pm

Proxy.sh transparency reports on their website. I think they might be the only VPN service that currently does this.
https://proxy.sh/panel/knowledgebase/44/Transparency-Report


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