Last updated on Nov 11, 2022
1. How does the Application use private keys?
The Application uses the private keys solely for the purpose of signing transactions. These keys are stored locally on your mobile device and Ownify will have no access to them.
2. What information does the Application obtain and how is it used?
- Installation UUID (Universally Unique Identifier)
- Crash traces
We will have access to the Diagnostic Data and the Analytics Data, however we will not be able to identify you from the information. We take commercially reasonable steps to ensure Crashlytics and Google Analytics adhere to the Security standards we apply to Diagnostic Data and Analytics Data (see section 7 below).
3. With Whom Information Is Disclosed?
Except for Diagnostic Data and Analytics Data (see section 2 above), no personal information is transmitted or distributed by the Application.
4. How do we handle location data?
Except for Analytics Data, the Application does not use or collect any data related to your geographic location.
5. Can users see their personal data?
Yes. The data can only be accessed via the mobile device as it is only stored locally and not transmitted from the device (see section 2 above).
6. Do advertising companies collect data?
No user data is shared with any company that uses or shares the user data for advertising purposes.
7. How do we keep information secure?
Although we implement commercially reasonable technical, administrative, and organizational measures to protect Diagnostic Data and Analytics Data from loss, misuse, and unauthorized access, please be aware that you use the Application at your own risk.
8. Do you comply with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)?
Yes. We do not solicit nor gather any data from children under the age of 13 because the Application does not collect or transmit any personally identifiable information (see section 2 above).
9. How Users Can Contact Ownify Wallet?
10. What about my sharing of data while going through KYC verification?
Ownify works in partnership with Uqudo.
Uqudo has developed a unique way to store collected IDs in an ID digital wallet. The wallet manages data stored on the phone and complies with GDPR and strict data privacy laws. It enables the user to take control of their data and share it with consent. The wallet will enable the ease of integration with other organizations that either store, process or transmit the identity. The platform has capitalized on the blockchain data and this feature can be enabled to provide an extra layer of security and enable more rich use cases around data sharing and consent. The ID wallet is integrated with permissioned and public ledgers. No data is stored in the blockchain and the solution is compatible with the data privacy and GDPR. Uqudo platform only stores hashes and public keys on the blockchain. It ensures compliance with data privacy regulations while protecting the integrity of the shared data. The uqudo platform is blockchain agnostic and works with both private and public blockchain.
Ps : The above pertains to Uqudo sharing of information, and cannot be held against Ownify which remains a separate entity using the services of Uqudo.