What happens if the government requests access to my data? | Crypho

What happens if the government requests access to my data?

First and foremost: Since all content in Crypho is encrypted with keys that only our customers hold, none of the content shared by our customers can be surrendered to authorities, regardless of warrants. 

Crypho can not grant access to anyone to read your encrypted messages or files or be forced to install back doors.

here may however be cases where we are presented with legal requirements to share other information with government authorities. This is described in detail in our law enforcement policy and and transparency report page.

 

Crypho AS will not share customer data with any authorities unless compelled to do so by law. This means a request from a Norwegian court approved by a judge.

Crypho is subject to Norwegian law only. Foreign agencies with requests for information should direct their requests to the Norwegian police. We cannot comply with foreign requests that are not supported by a Norwegian court order.