Information we do not collect
As a decentralized authentication protocol, DAuth does not collect any personal information from our users. This includes names, email addresses, passwords, device information, IP addresses, and browser types. We do not have a central database or storage system for user information.
How we protect your privacy
DAuth uses advanced security technologies to ensure the privacy and security of your personal information. Our protocol utilizes zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) and trusted execution environment (TEE) technology to provide the highest level of privacy and security for our users. ZKP technology allows us to authenticate your identity without revealing any personal information. With this technology, DAuth is able to verify that a user is who they claim to be without revealing any personal data about that user. TEE technology provides a secure and isolated environment for processing authentication requests, ensuring that sensitive user data is protected at all times.
How we do not share your information
As we do not collect any personal information from our users, we also do not share any information with third parties. We do not sell or rent any user data, and we do not have any data to share with government agencies or other organizations.
As we do not collect any personal information, there is no information for users to access, correct, or delete. However, users can choose to revoke or delete their DAuth authentication credentials at any time by simply not using the protocol.
DAuth does not use any cookies to track user activities or store information about our users. As a decentralized protocol, we do not have a website or platform where cookies would be used.
Our website or platform may contain links to third-party websites or services. DAuth is not responsible for the privacy practices or content of these third-party sites. We encourage our users to review the privacy policies of any third-party sites they may visit.
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