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- You agree that your ip address will be sent to other users of this product during p2p communication
- you agree to connect to other users' devices directly, without our servers proxying or masking your connection or any related data
I think that'd do it. Although I'm no lawyer
ruhe113017dAm I wrong or would this service disallow all users that are incapable of modifying their NAT?
There is nothing wrong with collecting IP addresses and forward them to other users as long as
1) there is a legitimate reason to do so
2) inform your users that you collect their IP, why you collect their IP and how you use their IP. Users must accept this to use your service
2.1) Users may at any time withdraw their acceptance or request that you delete all data about them and at that time you must be able to remove their IP address from every node it has spread to.
endor330117dI2p, anyone? It's basically the working principle of the whole network, except with added encryption and anonimity on top.
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