Default settings for MySudo are zero-knowledge, where all data that flows within the app is encrypted and where attribution to a user’s Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is impossible for many and obfuscated for most.
When a user installs and sets up MySudo, they are asked to choose a name for their first Sudo. The user chooses an available email address in the MySudo mail domain (sudomail.com). If the user chooses to add a phone number to their Sudo, they may select an available phone number based on a location they enter or their current location. If the user allows the use of their current location, this is only used to search for available phone numbers near their current location and is not stored in MySudo or the Anonyome Cloud Platform.
Users of MySudo are never required to provide their name, credit card number, date of birth, mobile phone number or existing email address when they initially onboard. There is no username/password requirement, and the Anonyome Cloud Platform does not retain the device’s IP address from the time of registration.
Neither the MySudo app nor the Anonyome Cloud Platform query or store a device’s MAC address, serial number or International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number.
The Anonyome Cloud Platform uses unique, randomly-generated identifiers for a MySudo user account and its Sudo identities. These identifiers never contain a MySudo user’s personally identifiable information, nor are derived from a MySudo user’s personally identifiable information.
A MySudo user can choose to allow the MySudo app to access their device contacts, so that they may call, message or email their device contacts from the MySudo app.