As a matter of course Amune servers don't log browsing activity of individual users.
Amune collects basic information about the usage of our service. We store (1) session length in seconds, (2) transferred volume in kilobytes, (3) number of visited pages, (5) device type [smartphone, tablet or desktop], (6) browser vendor [chrome, firefox, internet explorer]
As long Amune is still in beta, Amune might generate and store error messages in case of failure or website misbehaviour. However, our error messages don't contain identifiable information.
For every browsing session (between login and logout) we are creating a virtual browser profile for you on our infrastructure. This profile might contain cookies, login information or other personal related data. This data needs to be on our infrastructure as long you are using a remote browsing environment. All data will be deleted automatically after you log out from our service. We don't log or persist any of this data, it will be available on our servers for the duration of your browsing session.
As the world's first Privacy-As-A-Service provider we stand for your rights. We don't have any interest in doing evil things with your data. We fight for the right to privacy.
As long we don't record any personal information there will be no support from our side. In case you loose your username or password there will be no possibility to access our service again. We can't provide any assistance in case your credentials got lost.
You are free to use this service as-it-is. We don't provide support of any kind for this service.
We provide our service as good as possible (and hope that you like it).
We don't make any specific promises about our service and don't guarantee its availability.
In case of special circumstances - such as external attempts to break our infrastructure - we are allowed to stop, shutdown or suspend this service at any given time.
By using this service you exempt us from any liability deriving from the use of this service. We do execute web browsers on your behalf. The memory (RAM) of our servers contains a copy of your browser session, as long the session is open. We don't take any responsibility in case any of our servers gets hacked. In case you authenticate yourself with third-party services, you hereby agree that there is no responsibility for us, as the provider of this service. Please do not use the public version of Amune to login to critical environments.
Because we don't link payment information with user data we can't refund your payments.
The service is provided as-it-is.
Given current market conditions we can't offer you perfect protection against various criminal organizations (state surveillance) or other attackers. Unfortunately modern computer systems contain a variety of backdoors on many different levels to compromise computer systems and complete networks by design. Although we do our best to protect you from any kind of illegal access to your and our systems we can't realistically promise you a 100% perfect solution.
We suggest you to use our service for your everyday browsing activity. In case you log into third party websites which require authentication, please judge yourself if you want to trust our infrastructure for your specific use-case. Please don't use Amune for online banking or other high value websites, which are prominently targeted by Internet criminals.
We do impose usage limits (CPU, memory, bandwidth). In case one session requires consumes too much resources the service might be stopped.
We don't allow you to abuse our service for any kind of illegal activities.
We do reserve the right to block login-tokens trying to abuse our systems for any illegal purposes.