LiquidVPN’s Code of Ethics

LiquidVPN has put forth this policy with the sole objective of protecting its user’s online privacy.

Last Updated 5/16/2017

LiquidVPN would choose to voluntarily shut down some or all of its network and relocate to another jurisdiction or close completely before allowing a violation of your privacy to occur. We will publicly announce requests for information regarding our users and the LiquidVPN network. We provide a weekly Warrant Canary guaranteeing that every request for information received has been made publically available.

LiquidVPN will always keep you informed via its announcements and Network Status updates about the status of its network including non-DMCA abuse complaints, how it responds to non-DMCA abuse complaints and requests from government agencies. LiquidVPN will carefully evaluate each complaint and the included evidence. If action on our part is required to mitigate the damage the actions taken will be included in the public announcement, transparency report or network status reports.

Temporary actions taken to mitigate the damage being done from our network is limited to closing ports, creating null routes, adding layer 7 filters, connection/rate limiting and application filtering. Permanent actions we may take at our discretion are closing accounts, banning IP addresses and shutting down nodes.

LiquidVPN will share information in our possession about users who attempt to defraud LiquidVPN Inc. or S.M.R. Hosting L.L.C.

In addition to complying with the rule of law set forth by the jurisdiction from which we operate we will follow the ethical principles contained within this page.

LiquidVPN hereby claims the statements outlined in its code of ethics to be a contracting obligation to remain transparent and keep its users informed be it directly or via the warrant canary of all interventions and investigations impacting the privacy of its users.