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SlideshowVPN providers remove servers from India to protest new rules

The new directive requires that from June 27 onwards, VPN and cloud service providers must hold customers' names, email addresses, IP addresses, financial transactions and KYC checks for five years.
 (Source: Per Bengston/Alamy Stock Photo)
The new directive requires that from June 27 onwards, VPN and cloud service providers must hold customers' names, email addresses, IP addresses, financial transactions and KYC checks for five years.
(Source: Per Bengston/Alamy Stock Photo)

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