The policy states:
We collect information about images and sounds that are part of your user content, such as what objects and scenes appear, facial and physical features and features within an image and location, voice character and text spoken words in your user content. We may collect this information. For special video effects, content moderation, statistical classification, content and advertising suggestions and other unidentified activities. “
As with privacy policies, there is a lot of confusion between the results that users want (such as adding video effects) and the results that they think are the most intrusive (such as advertising targeting and “statistical classification”). We have comprehensive coverage for future updates that can be added to the Digtok platform.
There is more information, yes, but there is still a lot of clarity. For an application that has had difficulty coping with many privacy issues (often worsened) Political paranoia), Seems to work even more.