Information You Provide to Us
We collect information you provide directly to us. For example, we collect information you provide when you create an account, subscribe to our updates, respond to a survey, fill out a form, request customer support or communicate with us. The types of information we may collect include your bitcoin address, email address, username and password, survey responses and any other information you choose to provide. If you use our Storage Services, our third-party service provider may collect your payment method information for use in connection with your payments for storage.
Information Collected by Cookies and Other Tracking Technologies via Our Services
We and our service providers use various technologies to collect information when you interact with our websites and mobile apps, including cookies and web beacons. Cookies are small data files that are stored on your device when you visit a website, which enable us to collect information about your device identifiers, web browsers used to access the Services, pages or features viewed, time spent on pages, mobile app performance and links clicked. Web beacons (or pixel tags) are electronic images that may be used in our web Services or emails to help deliver cookies, count website visits, understand usage and determine the effectiveness of email marketing campaigns.
Information We Collect From Other Sources
We may also receive information about you from other sources, such as when logging into your Storage Services account by using your account credentials for a separate third-party service. We will receive information from that service as indicated in the relevant third party’s authorization screen.
Information Collected by Other Machines Running X Core
Using Internxt's X Core software makes your computer part of a distributed network. This means your computer may communicate with many other computers. As part of this process, those other nodes can store some information about your computer and your interactions. None of this information is dangerous to share with the network. Your computer shares a lot of it every day when you browse the web. We firmly believe that you have the right to be aware of the information you're sharing, and be able to make decisions about your own privacy. Here's a list of some things that other people can learn about your computer. IP Address: This is your computer's address on the Internet. This needs to be shared so that other nodes' messages can reach your computer. IP-associated information: Using your IP address, it is often possible to look up an approximate location (usually what city you are likely in) as well as your ISP. Network information: When you communicate with another node, it can record how long it takes your node to respond, and test your internet connection's bandwidth. Node ID: This is a pseudonym for your computer. It's a long group of random numbers that can be used to identify a node on the network, like a phone number. You need to send this out so that other nodes can identify and contact your node. Payment details: Your computer will share a payment address, so that other nodes can pay it directly for storage space. Disk space information: In order to negotiate storage contracts, your computer has to let other nodes know some information about how much it can store. If you are not comfortable sharing this information, we suggest you do not run Internxt's X Core program.
Analytics Services Provided by Others
Internxt takes reasonable measures to help protect information about you from loss, theft, misuse and unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction.
Transfer of Information to Governming Authorities
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