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Privacy Policy
Redmorph Privacy Policy
Effective: Oct 13, 2021
Privacy isn’t just important to us – it’s our business.

Our policy is to avoid collecting any more data than is necessary to provide our services and make sure that our website and services function properly. We only gather non-personally identifiable data, which we further anonymize before storage and then remove when no longer required. The data we collect is never sold or rented to any third parties. By using the Redmorph, Inc., or its subsidiaries or affiliates, (“Redmorph” or “us” or “we”) website/s (the “Site”) and the related software and services including our Android and iOS apps offered by us (“Service”), you are agreeing to this Privacy Policy and our Terms and Conditions.
What We Do & Do Not Collect
A. What we collect
For our Android app, we collect the apps (both system and non-system) package name and app’s manifest, as well as the background network activity of these apps. This data cannot be used to identify the user as we do not index this data to any personally identifiable user tags such as your device ID, email or canvas fingerprinting. This data allows us to scan the device to ensure the right privacy profiles are downloaded and applied for each app as well as the right regional tracker library is downloaded and applied for best performance.
All our apps and browser extensions run locally on the user’s device and stores all logs on the user’s device for displaying stats. These logs are cleared daily as part of our local house-keeping routine on our apps.
If you send us an e-mail to our support group, we will retain it and any response we make in order to handle any follow-up questions you may have, and to measure how effectively we address your concerns. We retain this limited information only for as long as is necessary depending on the reason for your submission.
B. Personally Identifiable Information that you volunteer
There are opportunities where you may elect to provide us with personally identifiable information, such as your name, email address, or other personally identifiable information about yourself. You can do so through the forums, customer service emails or blogs that are offered through the Site from time to time. It is always up to you to determine whether you provide any information that can personally identify you. None of this information is required to access the Site or use the Services. Any information you transmit online in such blogs or forums will be made public once you post it and we cannot control (nor are we responsible for) the use any third party may make of such information. You should understand that any information that you submit on any public forum or blog through the Site is not and cannot be treated as confidential by us, and is not subject to this Privacy Policy. Your participation on these blogs and forums is voluntary, and you consent to full public disclosure of any personally identifiable information that you submit through such venues.
C. Non-Personally Identifiable Information
In order to help ensure our proxy and VPN services are functioning properly, we look at aggregate traffic information at all our server locations. This does not have any personally identifiable information about you or any member. Additionally, when a member reports a suspect website on the SpyderWebTM inside our browser controller, only the IP address of the suspect website and the reported URL is transmitted to Redmorph. We do not track or store the sender’s information. For our Android app, we collect completely anonymized data on device and app attributes and app background network behavior. This helps us ensure our tracker libraries and device profiles are accurate and provide up to date protection to the user. None of this data is personally identifiable to the user. This data is not shared or sold with other 3rd parties.
D. Cookies
We only use session cookies when you visit our Website. A cookie is a small, unique text file that a website can send to your computer hard drive when you visit a website. Session cookies expire when you close your browser. Cookies allow us to provide visitors to our Site with certain conveniences, such as remembering your login details and hence delivering user specific content on your membership.
Changes to this policy
We may make small, inconsequential changes to this policy with or without notice to you, so you’re encouraged to review the policy from time to time. Substantive changes to this policy will be emailed to users who subscribe to the Disconnect newsletter or to those who submit a request to
You can contact us at if you have any questions about this policy.