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ConsenSys will keep your data, but only for seven days

Blockchain software company ConsenSys was at the center of a major controversy on privacy in the last few weeks.
This came after an update on its privacy policy, which mentioned that they were collecting IP addresses and wallet addresses of Metamask users going through the Infura service, which is used by default to connect to the Ethereum blockchain.
Addressing those privacy concerns and the backlash that came with it, the company addressed its users by assuring the data would be stored only for seven days and only when doing transactions.

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