Sienna takes privacy very seriously and does not collect any personal data. The Sienna website doesn’t collect personal information and no commercial trackers are used. The software developed by Sienna is free and not subject to any intellectual property claims from Sienna (see the licensing terms and conditions in the IP-section), but for information purposes only it can be stated that it also doesn’t collect any personal data from its users.
Sienna is committed to helping users understand the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and similar in other parts of the world - but as stated above Sienna doesn’t collect any personal data and therefore doesn’t represent any services under these regulations. For this reason, Sienna doesn’t offer any Data Processing Agreement.
Sienna Network's DAO sponsors development of Open Source Software integrating privacy protecting solutions, which is key to comply with financial regulations privacy requirements and global data privacy regulation e.g., GDPR. This is in opposition to the “AEC” approach – Privacy and Anonymity are distinctly different in spirit and objective. Sienna Network's DAO aim is to encourage and support development of regulatory compliant solutions as they are defined by the FATF.
Emails sent to Sienna unencrypted may contain your personal information and in doing so you give consent to Sienna and our email provider (Proton) to handle your information.
sienna.network is hosted on Cloudflare and contains two type of cookies cfduid and cf_bm
The __cfduid cookie collects and anonymizes End User IP addresses using a one-way hash of certain values so they cannot be personally identified. The cookie is a session cookie that expires after 30 days.
Cloudflare's bot products identify and mitigate automated traffic to protect the site from bad bots. Cloudflare places the __cf_bm cookie on End User devices that access Customer sites that are protected by Bot Management or Bot Fight Mode. The __cf_bm cookie is necessary for the proper functioning of these bot solutions.
This cookie expires after (at most) 30 minutes of continuous inactivity by the End User. The cookie contains information related to the calculation of Cloudflare’s proprietary bot score and, when Anomaly Detection is enabled on Bot Management, a session identifier. The information in the cookie (other than time-related information) is encrypted and can only be decrypted by Cloudflare.
We highly recommend that you visit the website via a VPN.
sienna.network sets two 1st party session cookies during visitor sessions - one to store language and one to determine white-/dark-mode. No other cookies are set.
Sienna isn't a company but a DAO with token holder governance.
Sienna's software is made available to the public under the GNU licensing referenced in the Impressum. Sienna assumes no responsibility for any consequential effects arising from use of software or any other materials developed by Sienna Network or other contributors. The terms set out in the Whitepaper shall apply to all use of Sienna Network, incl. the stated geographical restrictions.