Updated on 2021-05-20
Plooh uses the Dial Network to exchange data between parties. The Dial Network is a set of public, unsupervised computers that interact with one another with the purpose of enabling peer to peer, privacy enhanced digital interaction among users. Any computer on the internet can join the Dial Network without permission.
● Device: any electronic medium that can be used to install and run Plooh.
● IP address: Every device connected to the Internet is assigned a number known as an Internet protocol (IP) address. An IP address can be used to identify the location or the household from which a device is connecting to the Internet. For instance, in public locations such as a hotel, an IP address can still be used to identify the owner of the device connecting to the Internet.
● Personally Identifiable Information (PII): any information that directly, indirectly, or in connection with other information — including a personal identification number — allows for the identification or identifiability of a natural person. Despite its tracing properties, this privacy statement does not consider an IP address a PII.
● Service: refers to the service provided by the Dial Network.
● You: a person or entity that has installed Plooh on a device
Plooh LLC does not collect your data. Therefore, Plooh LLC does not share your data with third parties.
Plooh stores the user's personal information on the device in which Plooh is installed. Plooh might process user information and display processing results to the user. Meaning that information is not directly available to Plooh, and all exchange is executed in a peer to peer method.
Plooh encrypts all data exchanged over the network.
For the purpose of maintaining public ledgers, ledger content produced by Plooh will be sent signed but unencrypted to the Dial Network. This ledger content remains publicly accessible throughout its lifetime.
By connecting to the DIAL Network, Plooh discloses the IP address and/or further characteristics of your device to public computers.
You pay for Dial Network services you consume using digital currencies. Therefore, every single call sent by your device to the Dial Network discloses monetary transactions traceable to the IP address of your device. As the DIAL Network is public and unsupervised, all data shared with the DIAL Network is publicly available
If you use Plooh to exchange data with another Plooh on your friend's device, this data will be encrypted such that no computer in the DIAL Network can read it.
As the DIAL Network is permissioned and unsupervised, all information transported over the DIAL Network (encrypted or unencrypted) is potentially available to computers in all countries.
The laws of the United States of America, excluding its conflicts of law rules, shall govern this agreement and your use of Plooh. Your use of our service may also be subject to other local, state, national, or international laws.
As Plooh does not verify personal information locally collected, there is no way to identify the person installing Plooh on a device.
Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
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