We're not that hardcore. Seriously.
However, in 2008 our team pioneered an approach to privacy protection which has since become known as the Privacy Seppuku Pledge (or, previously, "corporate seppuku"): rather than allow our service to be turned into indiscriminate, dragnet #snitchware, we publicly asserted our choice to shut the company down - wipe the network, delete the customer datafiles entirely - if efforts to coerce our complaisance continued despite all attempts to stop them otherwise.
It's not as crazy as it sounds - in fact, it helps to avoid the situation in the first place.
Our commitment to our customers means we'll step away from a project rather than see it used to betray our loyalty. Indeed, we've done it once already. The full backstory on the "Pledge," & our involvement in spreading this new form of digital civil disobedience, can be found here.
In the meantime, know this: we mean it.