The privacy of your data — and it is your data, not ours! — is a big
deal to us. In this policy, we layout: what data we collect and why;
how your data is handled; and your rights to your data. We promise we
never sell your data: never have, never will.
This policy applies to all products and services built and maintained
When you browse all pages of our applications, your browser
automatically shares certain information such as which operating
system and browser version you are using. We do not track that
We use persistent first-party cookies to store certain preferences,
make it easier for you to use our applications, and support
third-party analytics. A cookie is a piece of text stored by your
browser to help it remember your login information, site preferences,
and more. You can adjust cookie retention settings in your own
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When you write AnonyDoxx with a question or to ask for help, we keep
that correspondence, including the email address, so that we have a
history of past correspondences to reference if you reach out in the
Your Rights With Respect to Your Information
At AnonyDoxx, we apply the same data rights to all customers,
regardless of their location. Currently, some of the most
privacy-forward regulations in place are the European Union’s General
Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) and California Consumer Privacy
Act (“CCPA”) in the US. AnonyDoxx recognizes all of the rights granted
in these regulations, except as limited by applicable law. These
Right to Know. You have the right to know what personal information
is collected, used, shared or sold. We outline both the categories
and specific bits of data we collect, as well as how they are used,
Right of Access. This includes your right to access the personal
information we gather about you, and your right to obtain
information about the sharing, storage, security, and processing of
Right to Correction. You have the right to request correction of
your personal information.
Right to Erasure / “To Be Forgotten”. This is your right to request,
subject to certain limitations under applicable law, that your
personal information be erased from our possession and, by
extension, all of our service providers. Fulfillment of some data
deletion requests may prevent you from using AnonyDoxx services
because our applications may then no longer work. In such cases, a
data deletion request may result in closing your account.
Right to Complain. You have the right to make a complaint regarding
our handling of your personal information with the appropriate
supervisory authority. EU individuals should go to
to identify your specific authority or find out more about this
Right to Restrict Processing. This is your right to request
restrictions of how and why your personal information is used or
processed, including opting out of sale of personal information.
(Again: we never have and never will sell your personal data).
Right to Object. You have the right, in certain situations, to
object to how or why your personal information is processed.
Right to Portability. You have the right to receive the personal
information we have about you and the right to transmit it to
Right to not be subject to Automated Decision-Making. You have the
right to object and prevent any decision that could have a legal, or
similarly significant, effect on you from being made solely based on
automated processes. This right is limited, however, if the decision
is necessary for performance of any contract between you and us, is
allowed by applicable law, or is based on your explicit consent.
Right to Non-Discrimination. This right stems from the CCPA. We do
not and will not charge you a different amount to use our Services,
offer you different discounts, or give you a lower level of customer
service because you have exercised your data privacy rights.
However, the exercise of certain rights (such as the right “to be
forgotten”) may, by virtue of your exercising those rights, prevent
you from using our Services.
If you are in the EU, you can identify your specific authority to file
a complaint or find out more about GDPR, at
EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield policy
Privacy Shield is an agreement between certain European jurisdictions
and the United States that allows for the transfer of personal data
from the EU to the US. Participation in the Privacy Shield program is
We comply with the frameworks for EU, UK, and Swiss data that are
transferred into the United States.
AnonyDoxx complies with the EU-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework and the
Swiss-U.S. Privacy Shield Framework as set forth by the U.S.
Department of Commerce regarding the collection, use, and retention of
personal information transferred from the European Union, the United
Kingdom, and Switzerland to the United States, respectively. We’ve
certified to the Department of Commerce that we adhere to the Privacy
Shield Principles. If there is any conflict between the terms in this
Principles take precedent. To learn more about the Privacy Shield
program, and to view our certification, please visit
AnonyDoxx is subject to the investigatory and enforcement powers of
the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) with regard to the Privacy Shield
The Privacy Shield Frameworks uphold specific principles, many of
which are already outlined in the section on Your Rights. For clarity,
pursuant to the Privacy Shield Frameworks, the following principles
apply to all EU, UK, and Swiss data that has been transferred into the
Individuals have the right to access their personal data and to
update, correct, and/or amend information that is incomplete.
Individuals also have the right to request erasure of personal
information that has been processed in violation of the principles.
Individuals wishing to exercise these rights may do so by signing in
and directly updating your account information. If you have
questions about exercising these rights or need assistance, please
contact us at
We do not sell personal data nor do we permit it to be used for
reasons other than those for which it was originally provided. If
this practice should change in the future, we will update this
policy accordingly and provide individuals with opt-out or opt-in
choice as appropriate.
We may be required to release personal data in response to lawful
requests from public authorities including to meet national security
and law enforcement requirements.