Last Updated on Jul 15, 2020
Mask Network will collect some data when you use, but the developers of Mask Network have no access to them. The collected data are stored locally, except for the data which are necessary for enabling your friends to decrypt the posts you shared.
The data being collected include: Your social network profile URL, the Mask Network public keys of your contacts (friends, who you follow, and who follow you), the relations between you and your contacts, the cleartext of your posts, the encryption keys of your posts, and the data managed by each Plugin in Mask Network (they have their own privacy policies).
|SNS||Social network service, e.g. Facebook and Twitter.|
The Android App collects the following information and store them locally only and will not send them over network, except for which are specified in other sections. These information are collected for and only for the fulfillment of functionalities of the Android App.
Counterparts of such information on other social networks may also be collected, if you choose to use Mask Network for those platforms.
Definition: An intermediary service is an online network service which is designed to work with Mask Network software implementations in order to allow Mask Network work properly (or efficiently).
Some information are sent to intermediary services over network, for and only for the fulfillment of functionalities of Mask Network the Android App.
Mask Network the Android App is designed to work with alternative intermediary services. Alternative intermediary services are those intermediary services which are operated by parties other than the developer of Mask Network. Mask Network will discover alternative intermediary services when first-party intermediary services (those intermediary services provided by the developer of Mask Network) are unavailable or unstable. These alternative intermediary services will be able to obtain the same information which are sent to first-party intermediary services, no less, no more.
As long as the online services provided by the developers of Mask Network run on PaaS and IaaS cloud-computing platforms and through CDN, services employed by the developer of Mask Network, including Amazon AWS, Google Cloud Engine, Microsoft Azure, CloudFlare, Fastly, GitHub, Akamai, Linode, and Digital Ocean may technically be able to intercept communication and computation of online services provided by the developer of Mask Network which are designed for and only for the fulfillment of the functionalities of Mask Network. Intelligence agencies and law enforcement authorities may also intercept communications. The developer of Mask Network assume no liability in such cases of infringement.
If you have any question about this policy, please contact [email protected].