Muse Group added that it will share data only if requested by a court in the jurisdiction in which it operates. They will not hand over user data after a law enforcement request or otherwise sell or share data. Data collection “is a standard policy requirement for service delivery in many jurisdictions, regardless of the depth of data collected or the nature of the service,” the company said.
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