[QUOTE=coolcolors;2781530]Cool now I want to go and use Opera… Only 2 million out of 300 Million? That isn’t what call big gain…if it was higher I be more decided but the Opera history has lagged behind even IE and Firefox. So having a VPN doesn’t mean we will all rush to use Opera… That is wishful thinking.[/QUOTE]
In all honesty, the case is 2 million in one week which is impressive
For the VPN in Opera Browser for Desktop, we create a subscriber ID (generated in sequential order across all subscribers) that allows us to manage that user on our system. If that user clears their browser cache/history, theyâ€™re assigned a new generated subscriber ID.
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In other words, their no log policy can be lifted even on a per user basis… even ‘including your usage data’, is that even possible with a no log policy and what does the ‘if there is a good faith belief’ really mean?
The way this is written go a long way in saying that you have to assume that you are logged at any given time and that anyone complaining to the authorities, law or other agencies will get an extensive log for your ID, not only including your real IP but also quite possibly your layer two MAC address along with each and every site visited and downloads.