Google, Apple, and Microsoft have assessment processes designed to protect users and their data. You can feel confident using PrivacyWallet because we’ve met all of their requirements.
When you use PrivacyWallet, you can be sure that we:
• Are being transparent about the data we do collect and do not collect.
• Are not collecting any data you would not want us to access.
• Protect your data and your privacy.
For example, we went through a rigorous review from the Google team to prove that we do not and will not share any of your sensitive data with servers, storage systems or 3rd parties. Google applies both automatic and manual reviews a few times a month to make sure that we are compliant.
Google requires that services like ours, among other things:
“Only request access to the minimal, technically feasible scope of access that is necessary to implement existing features or services in your application, and limit access to the minimum amount of data needed.”
“Be up front with users so that they can make an informed decision to grant authorization. Disclose all user data that you access, use, store, delete, or share, as well as any actions you take on a user’s behalf.”
The only data we store in our systems from PrivacyWallet is your profile data, that is, the data we use to contact you like your name and email address.