We manage your data as we would manage our own data and our family's data.
Let's face it, privacy on the internet sucks. We live in an age of zero privacy where everything is stored, mined and re-sold. We aren't afraid of getting cloned but we do know that health data is intimate and private.
We believe the world can be a better place if people fully own and control the access to their health data. We spent years (literally) developing the security architecture that ensures that only you hold the decryption keys. We use Ethereum Foundation's Smart Contracts to manage your encryption keys. This way, there is no funny business.
If you choose to share your data to research, we make this very plain and simple. We don't hide it in the Terms of Service, we give you a clear option so it is informed consent.
It is exactly how we would want others treating our personal data or our family's data. So why don't we start from there?