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What Trust and Privacy Means to Dyn

Over the last few months, we enrolled into TRUSTe’s Privacy Program. Recognizing that we are exposed to data that is yours based on what you provide and your actions with our site, we have a strict duty to keep that information secret and safe. By participating, we are being transparent about what gets collected and how it is made and kept private. It is the gold standard for privacy.

Since our beginnings, we have taken privacy and user data seriously and think it’s a big deal. You can see what we collect, how we use it, and how we keep it. In general, we collect what we need to as required by law and any other data is used to make our network better.

With the launch of the DynECT Platform last year, we have had to think about those companies but also customers of our clients. Our actions as a provider of infrastructure may affect whether the data of a Zappos or Twitter customer gets into the wronghands.

Another reason for going through the certification is our new Internet Guide which delivers a better, faster, and safer Internet. Since we are helping users get to websites faster, we have a greater duty to privacy which we take seriously.

It is great to see that our users positively respond to privacy. With more of our lives online, privacy becomes more important. Want to read our privacy policy or have questions? Please let us know.

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Whois: Jeremy Hitchcock

Jeremy Hitchcock was Founder of Oracle Dyn, a pioneer in managed DNS and a leader in cloud-based infrastructure that connects users with digital content and experiences across a global internet.

To current Dyn Customers and visitors considering our Dynamic DNS product: Oracle acquired Dyn and its subsidiaries in November 2016. After June 29th, 2020, visitors to will be redirected here where you can still access your current Dyn service and purchase or start a trial of Dynamic DNS. Support for your service will continue to be available at its current site here. Sincerely, Oracle Dyn