Author: Office of Compliance at Journey
As a privacy-focused company, Journey has built and operated its platform as a ‘zero-knowledge’ system to ensure that our users have full control and ownership of their personal data. This means that Journey as a company is built private-by-default from the platform up to provide secure communications, and Journey does not collect or monetize your content. You can read about our dedication to privacy and security in our solutions in this article.
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The Electronic Frontier Foundation and other leading digital rights organizations recommend a number of ways to do this: