ConsenSys: Data Collection Not in Response to Any Regulatory Inquiries

Ethereum software developer ConsenSys responded to the issue of user information collected in the updated privacy policy, stating that the updates to the policy do not result in more intrusive data collection or data processing, and were not made in response to any regulatory changes or inquiries. Its policy has always stated that certain information is automatically collected about how users use our Sites, and that this information may include IP addresses.

Previously, ConsenSys updated its Privacy Policy. Under the new policy, when users use Infura as the default RPC (Remote Procedure Call) provider in MetaMask, Infura will collect the users' IP addresses and Ethereum wallet addresses when sending a transaction.

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