Data Policy

Last Modified: December 06, 2021

Here's how Magic Copy works

Magic Copy uses Amazon Web Services to securely store your user account information that you provide us with when registering and to store any clip information you sync between your devices. This data 100% belongs to you and we do not have necessary permissions to read or modify this information. All data that is synced through our servers are encrypted and cannot be read without decrypting them on client-side. We also make use of a realtime Socket server to sync your data across your devices in realtime.

Have you encrypted the data?

Yes we have. To quote Google's encryption documentation: "Cloud Firestore automatically encrypts all data before it is written to disk. There is no setup or configuration required and no need to modify the way you access the service. The data is automatically and transparently decrypted when read by an authorized user." With server-side encryption, Google manages the cryptographic keys on your behalf using the same hardened key management systems that we use for our own encrypted data, including strict key access controls and auditing. Each Cloud Firestore object's data and metadata is encrypted under the 256-bit Advanced Encryption Standard, and each encryption key is itself encrypted with a regularly rotated set of master keys.

Who can access my data?

It's 100% you and only you. Only the creator of the clips (the owner of the account from which the clip was copied) can access, read, modify, destroy or share the data. However, features can been provided in-app to share the data between your friends or yourself via 3rd party applications. When doing so, we simply forward the desired clip with the 3rd party application you, the user select.

I want to know more information

We are always happy to help! Please use the support bubble on this page (bottom left) to contact us. We promise to respond as fast as we can! Please provide your email so that we can get in touch if the responses are delayed for any reason.