Transparency Reports are a tradition we hold dear. Back in 2011, we were the first in the VPN industry ever to launch a report, where we detailed the number of data requests we receive from various legal authorities and copyright holders.
Since then, we’ve shared this information with you yearly. In 2019, we decided to put a twist to it, and increase the publishing frequency. Now we’re publishing our Transparency Reports every quarter on Privacy Hub.
We consistently receive requests for user data, but we don’t have anything to share. As part of our mission to protect digital privacy, we keep absolutely no logs and don’t collaborate with any authorities.
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We group all requests we receive into 3 main categories: (1) DMCA complaints, (2) malware activity flags, and (3) police requests. This makes it easier to interpret and visualize.
All types of requests ask for some form of user data including IP address, DNS requests, activity logs, and any other personally identifiable data.
Check out key statistics about the infrastructure of our global fleet of servers. You can also explore an overview of how we evolved and how we improved our VPN servers.
We love being digital privacy fighters at CyberGhost VPN, and we strive to make the internet a better place. We’re a team of people with diverse backgrounds and passions united by our goal to make cybersecurity and digital privacy easy and accessible to anyone.
Our service is a living testimony to our commitment in building a safer and open internet. It’s why we’re headquartered in Bucharest, Romania, a privacy-friendly country with no legal mandates to keep activity logs. It's why we’ve undergone an independent audit. It’s why we’re sharing frequent Transparency Reports.
"Here at CyberGhost, we’ve always followed the Privacy by Design principle. We don’t collect any type of data we don’t absolutely need. It’s the most reliable approach for us to provide you with a secure infrastructure and protect your digital privacy."
Timo Beyel, CTO, CyberGhost VPN
It's our concern for digital privacy and anonymity that drives us to always set the bar higher, and challenges us to push for more transparency within the industry.