ConsenSys addresses MetaMask IP collection, claims nothing has changed

ConsenSys addresses MetaMask IP collection, claims nothing has changed


After community backlash received from an initial privacy policy revision on Nov. 23, ConsenSys, the parent company of MetaMask, released a statement to reiterate the intentions of its data collection.

The company stated that the policy has always relayed how certain types of personal information are automatically collected, which could include IP addresses. According to ConsenSys, the latest updates were in the act of transparency as to how Infura, MetaMask’s default Remote Procedure Call (RPC), works with user data.

ConsenSys highlighted that MetaMask itself does not collect IP addresses. Rather the policy says users running the wallet through Infura applications are subject to the data collection.

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In a tweet, the company claimed only the language of the policy was updated and “nothing” else about the policy or data collection

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