There is much discussion about vpn providers logging or not; it is good if no logging is done of course, but what about the servers? Looking at Mullvad, Bolehvpn, Airvpn, i see only servers located in "western oriented" locations. NL being especially popular, noting the increasing tendencies by authorities to "tap" the internet, in NL for instance the rightist government trying to get away with more and more spying: "plan to let police hack computers", http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2012/12/advisors_criticise_minister_on.php The idiots even want the power to infiltrate servers and destroy data on computers located in foreign jurisdictions. http://www.slate.com/blogs/future_tense/2012/10/25/netherlands_government_wants_power_to_render_inaccessible_data_on_foreign.html So, what are the risks LEA putting a tap on a server which hosts a VPN, on the incoming side of the server unencrypted traffic could be tapped. Servers are being raided all the time: On 25 October 2010, a team of Dutch law enforcement agents seized control of 143 servers https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BredoLab_botnet A while back i wrote to the owner of Mullvad about this subject, this was the response: ( i asked and got permission to post this) Begin quote: "> Question: using vpn from a home pc: i live in The netherlands and your vpn has Leaseweb.nl as server,what happens as: > the dutch authorities raid the data center and start sniffing traffic. (or inspect logs held at Leaseweb) > is my home ip adress exposed? Answer: Hi! Sniffing would be hard but there is a theoretical possibility that they could physically break in to our servers and compromise them without us noticing. If you are dutch and concerned about the dutch government you may want to use VPN servers that stand on ground controlled by people who are not friendly towards them, depending on the level of your needs and/or paranoia." End quote. I"d be interested to get views on this subject ,and any recommendations as to how to lessen the risk getting "tapped " Using 2 vpn's might be enough?