Re: PureVPN has some explaining to do
This isn't about whether they covered their backsides legally. Their capital is trust. They claim to protect your privacy so well that not even they can figure out your identity. They broke that promise if not in letter then definitely in spirit. This will cost them customers. Not that they cooperated (they should) but the mere fact that they had access to that information in the first place means that they are either lying or clueless (or the TLA is lying).