Well tbh I don't understand much what he's saying here, but from the pieces I gathered from Yandex translation. basically it's like this, the provider of this VPN service (Shadowsock etc) is under an investigation because someone used darkweb or something, and unfortunately the service does keep logs and by the court orders (probably) that he had to turn over these logs.
So first: which nation's police department is investigating? and on what ground they are able to conduct this investigation in the first place? Also, you only need to turn over logs when the court orders it, If someone was just using the darkweb which I haven't heard any laws in any nation claims that visiting the darkweb is illegal. So there shouldn't even be an investigation initiated in the first place.
Second: The provider of this service also claimed they do not have the responsibility to "cover up" any of your wrongdoings. Sorry????? You're a damn VPN provider, You should protect your users safety and privacy, that's main reason why people signed up for this service, what in the world were you thinking?
Third: The dude also said they keep logs for a month. Well this is just absurd. Like I said in the past, Don't ever trust a VPN provider that claims that they keep logs flagrantly. Only trust the providers that have their Zero-Logs policy verified by a third party.
For instance Express VPN was in hot water with the Turkish government a few years ago. Basically the event can be summarized like this, The Russian ambassador in the Turkey was murdered, and the suspect used ExpressVPN to login into Facebook before he murdered that Russian ambassador. So the police asked ExpressVPN to cooperate with the investigation and the court did order the company to comply since this case literally involved murdering, But ExpressVPN basically replied that"We are sorry that something like this has happened. But we don't keep logs at all, so we can't provide any" Because the "unwillingness to cooperate" from the ExpressVPN, the Turkish police physically seized the servers within Turkey, But even that they still weren't able to get any logs, because it's like what Express has claimed "they don't keep any logs".
That's what I would call a trusted provider. For real though, no VPN provider should ever keep logs. It is unacceptable.
Providers with seriousness as well as prevention will take the initiative to block access to the darkweb, etc in case such things happen.
RIP 【熟练级】 - RIP=run into problem