How is user privacy protected across your infrastructure?

Blocksquare takes several measures to protect user privacy, including implementing strict access controls and multi-factor authentication, using robust encryption and secure protocols for data storage and transmission, and conducting regular privacy impact assessments. Additionally, the platform does not collect unnecessary personal data, and only collects the minimum data required to provide its services.

What kind of personal information is being collected from end users?

Blocksquare only processes user information, while marketplace operators typically collect personal information such as name, email address, and government-issued identification for verification and compliance purposes. Additionally, marketplace operators may collect financial information such as bank account or credit card information for the purpose of transactions on the platform.

How is user data stored and protected on the platform?

User data is stored on secure servers and protected by robust encryption and secure protocols. Access to user data is strictly controlled and limited to authorized personnel only, and regular security audits and penetration testing are conducted to ensure the ongoing integrity and protection of user data.

Does Blocksquare share user data with any third parties?

Blocksquare only shares user data with third parties in accordance with its privacy policy, and only as required by law or for the purpose of providing its services. Any data sharing with third parties is done in a secure and confidential manner.

What are the user's rights regarding their personal data?

Users have the right to access, correct, and delete their personal data, as well as the right to object to the processing of their personal data and to request that their personal data be transferred to another service provider. Users can exercise these rights by contacting Blocksquare's support team or the support team of the marketplace operator.

Note that these rights may be limited or overridden by the AML regulations and compliance requirements, in cases where the user's personal data is necessary for the platform to comply with legal and regulatory obligations or to detect and prevent money laundering activities.

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