Privacy Check for promoted internxt.com

Posted by on December 27, 2020 11:01 AM
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So, there’s this company which is being heavily promoted on reddit, it’s called Internxt.com. They claim to offer a zero knowledge cloud storage system, allegedly the most secure one on the Internet.
A quick look offers this:

  1. 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 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Internxt is based in Spain and the information we collect is governed by Spanish law. By accessing or using our Services or otherwise providing information to us, you consent to the processing and transfer of information in and to Spain and other countries, where you may not have the same rights as you do under your local law. Where this is the case, we will take appropriate measures to protect information about you in accordance with this Privacy Policy. Since Internxt uses client-side end-to-end encryption, it cannot know the content a user has under his Drive account.

I mean, what the fuck? This is what they claim to be “zero knowledge”? Sorry, but I really want them to go down, this has nothing to do with privacy.

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