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Are we nonetheless mad at MetaMask and ConsenSys for snooping on us? By Cointelegraph

Cryptocurrency 2 hours in the past (Jan 17, 2023 07:40PM ET)

Are we still mad at MetaMask and ConsenSys for snooping on us?

The cryptocurrency group tends to fixate on a brand new situation each few weeks after which promptly overlook about it. The restricted consideration span of this group misses the final word decision of essential points. Over the Thanksgiving vacation in November 2022, ConsenSys launched a disclosure a few privateness coverage affecting MetaMask customers that despatched “Crypto Twitter” right into a firestorm. My first response was additionally damaging.

The MetaMask browser extension pockets makes use of a node referred to as Infura. That node is owned by ConsenSys, the identical firm that develops MetaMask. The press launch reminded customers that Infura collects the web protocol (IP) addresses and pockets addresses of customers who join their MetaMask pockets to Infura. It additionally reminded them that MetaMask customers don’t have to make use of Infura, which is simply a default, and that MetaMask permits connection to different public node suppliers resembling Alchemy or Ankr.

J.W. Verret is an affiliate professor on the Antonin Scalia Regulation College at George Mason College. He’s a practising crypto forensic accountant and in addition practices securities regulation at Lawrence Regulation LLC. He’s a member of the Monetary Accounting Requirements Board’s Advisory Council and a former SEC Investor Advisory Committee member. He additionally leads the Crypto Freedom Lab

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