Privacy is very important to us and we aim to provide the maximum privacy possible to our users. We're writing this in plain english so it's very clear how Epic works. We do not collect nor store any usage data from the Epic Browser. The only data that is transferred either to or from your system to our servers are updates of the Epic Privacy Browser. Updates never have any personally identifiable data, usage data, browsing data, or similar data. Assuming you are using our Epic Privacy Browser to access our search engine, we do not have access to personally identifiable data in respect to your search queries apart from the query itself. We do not thus typically receive personally identifiable information in respect to search queries and all search queries and data collected by our search engine are regularly deleted, typically every several minutes. Like all search engines, we do have to share an IP address in order to get search results that are geographically relevant. When you access our search via the Epic Privacy Browser, your actual IP address is never sent to either our servers nor our search results provider. Your request is encrypted then sent through a proxy to our server with a masked IP address. Since it is encrypted, our proxy service provider can not see your search query, and since it's through proxy our server can not access your actual IP address. The masked IP address is the one we then submit in order to receive your requested search results. The only indirect metrics we have about Epic usage are through our search partner data and through a count of the number of downloads. When you visit epicbrowser.com, our server does log your visit with minimal data and when you download epic, a counter is increased. All visit logs have minimal personally identifiable data and are deleted regularly.
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