Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy:-


Who we are

Our Purpose

Give people the ability to form communities and bring the globe closer together by giving them the capability to do so.

More than 1 million individuals around the world use our product to share ideas, lend assistance, and make a difference.

Our Way of Life
At d-app Social, we're always iterating, solving challenges, and collaborating to bring people from all over the world together. As a result, it's critical that our team reflects the variety of those we serve. Hiring people from all backgrounds and perspectives allows us to make better decisions, build better products, and provide better experiences for all.

Our Core Values

What we stand for are our values. They are firmly held values for which we make sacrifices.


Give folks a chance to speak up

People deserve to be heard and have a voice, even if it means standing up for the rights of those with whom we disagree.


Everyone should be served.

We want to make technology accessible to everyone, and our revenue strategy is based on advertisements, allowing us to provide our services for free.

Encourage economic growth.

Our tools help businesses thrive, generate jobs, and boost the economy by levelling the playing field.

Create a sense of belonging and community.

When our services are at their best, they help individuals connect and bring people closer together.

Ensure that people are safe and that their privacy is respected.

By keeping people safe and preventing damage, we have a responsibility to encourage the best of what people can do together.

d-app Social Terms & Policies

Everything you need to know is right here.



Terms of Services

Terms you agree to when you use d-app Social.

Terms of Service

Welcome to d-app Social

d-app social creates technology and services that let individuals interact with one another, form communities, and expand their companies. Except where we specifically specify that separate terms (and not these) apply, these Terms govern your use of d-app social, Messenger, and the other goods, features, apps, services, technologies, and software we offer (or Products). These Products are made available to you.

d-app social creates technology and services that let individuals interact with one another, form communities, and expand their companies. Except where we specifically specify that separate terms (and not these) apply, these Terms govern your use of d-app social, Messenger, and the other goods, features, apps, services, technologies, and software we offer (or Products). These Products are made available to you.

We don't sell or disclose anything that directly identifies you (such as your name, email address, or other contact information) with advertising unless you give us explicit permission. Instead, advertisers can tell us things like who they want to see their ads, and we show them to those who might be interested. Advertisers can use our services.

We provide marketers with insights on ad performance that help them better understand how people interact with their content. For more information, see Section 2 below.

Our Data Policy describes how we gather and use your personal information to determine which advertising you see and to provide the additional services listed below. You can also review your privacy choices regarding how we use your data at any time by going to your settings.

1. Our services are as follows:


Our goal is to empower people to form communities and bring the globe closer together. To assist you in achieving this goal, we provide the following products and services:

- Provide you with a unique experience:

From the posts, articles, events, advertising, and other content you see in News Feed or our video platform to the Pages you follow and other tools you might use, such as Trending, Marketplace, and search, your D-app social experience is unique.We tailor your experience based on the information we have about you, including as the connections you make, the choices and settings you make, and what you share and do on and off our Products.

- Connect you with people and organisations you care about:
Across all D-app social Products, we help you identify and connect with individuals, groups, businesses, organisations, and others who matter to you. We utilise the information we collect to produce recommendations for you and others, such as groups to join, events to attend, Pages to follow or message, shows to watch, and individuals to follow.Better communities are built on stronger links, and we believe our services are most beneficial when people are connected to the people, groups, and organisations that matter to them.

Empower you to speak and express yourself about what important to you:

There are a variety of ways to express yourself on D-app social and communicate with friends, family, and others about what matters to you, such as sharing status updates, photos, videos, and stories across the D-app social Products you use, sending messages to a friend or several friends, creating events or groups, and adding content to your profile.We've also developed and are continuing to explore new ways for users to use technology to create and share more expressive and engaging content on D-app social, such as augmented reality and 360 video.

To assist you in finding content, products, and services that may be of interest to you:

We display advertisements, offers, and other sponsored content to assist you in discovering content, products, and services offered by the many businesses and organisations that use D-app social and other D-app social Products. This is explained in further depth in Section 2 below.

Protect and promote our community while combating harmful conduct:

People will only develop community on D-app social if they feel safe. We have specialised teams all over the world who build complex technology tools to detect misuse of our products, harmful behaviour toward others, and circumstances where we may be able to assist or safeguard our community.If we become aware of inappropriate content or activity, we will take appropriate action, such as providing assistance, removing content, limiting or restricting access to particular services, disabling an account, or alerting police enforcement. When we notice misuse or harmful behaviour by someone using one of our Products, we share data with other D-app social Companies.

Use and create modern technology to ensure that everyone has access to safe and functional services:

We utilise and develop advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning systems, and augmented reality, to ensure that people of all physical abilities and geographical locations may securely use our Products.People with vision impairments, for example, can use technology like this to understand what or who is in images or videos shared on D-app Social or Other platform. We also develop sophisticated network and communication technology to enable more individuals in remote regions to connect to the internet.

We also build automated systems to improve our ability to detect and eliminate abusive and risky behaviour that could endanger our community or compromise the integrity of our products.



Investigate ways to improve our services:

We conduct research in order to develop, test, and improve our products. This involves assessing the information we have about our consumers and gaining a better knowledge of how they use our products, such as through surveys and the testing and troubleshooting of new features.Our Data Policy highlights how we use data to help us develop and improve our services by supporting this research.

Provide uniform and consistent experiences across all D-app Social Company Products:

Our Products let you locate and connect with people, groups, businesses, organisations, and others who matter to you. Our technologies are built to provide a consistent and seamless experience across all of the D-app Social Company Products you use.For example, we use data about the people you interact with on D-app Social to make it simpler for you to connect with them on Other platform or Messenger, and we use Messenger to let you communicate with a business you follow on D-app Social.

  1. Your dedication to d-app social and our community is admirable.


These services are provided to you and others to aid in the advancement of our mission. In exchange, we ask that you agree to the following:

  1. Who is eligible to use D-app Social?

Our community is safer and more accountable when people stand behind their words and actions. As a result, you must:

  • Use the same name as you do in daily life.
  • Give complete and accurate personal details.
  • Create a single account (your own) and use your timeline for personal reasons solely.
  • Not sharing your password, granting others access to your D-app Social account, or transferring your account to another person (without our permission).

We attempt to make D-app Social accessible to everyone, but you won't be able to use it if you:

  • You are under the age of thirteen (or the minimum legal age in your country to use our Products).
  • You've been convicted of sex offences.
  • Your account was previously disabled due to a violation of our Terms and Policies.
  • According to current regulations, you are not permitted to receive our items, services, or software.



  1. What you can post and do on D-app Social We want individuals to use D-app Social to express themselves and share content that is important to them, but not at the expense of other people's safety and well-being, or our community's integrity. As a result, you undertake not to engage in the following conduct (or to assist or support others in doing so):


  • You may not use our Products to do or share anything that is in violation of these Conditions, our Community Standards, and other D-app Social terms and policies. 
  • That is illegal, deceptive, discriminatory, or deceptive. 
  • Someone else's rights, including intellectual property rights, are infringed or violated in this way.

We have the authority to remove or restrict access to content that violates these terms.

Unless you substantially or regularly breach these Terms, we will notify you and explain your choices for requesting another review if we remove content that you have shared in violation of our Community Standardsor if doing so might expose us or others to legal liability; harm our community of users; compromise or interfere with the integrity or operation of any of our services, systems, or Products; or if we are restricted due to technological restrictions; or where we are forbidden from doing so by law.

We invite you to report information or behaviour that you believe violates your rights (including intellectual property rights) or our terms and policies to help support our community.

If we determine that removing or restricting access to your content, services, or information is reasonably necessary to avoid or minimiseunfavourable legal or regulatory repercussions on D-app Social, we may do so.

3. The authorizations you grant us

To deliver our services, we require the following permissions from you:


  1. Permission to use content you create and post: Intellectual property laws may protect some of the content you share or upload, such as images or movies.

Any such content that you create and share on D-app Social and the other D-app Social Company Products that you use is your intellectual property (things like copyright or trademarks).You have complete freedom to share your content with whomever you want, whenever you want.

However, in order for us to perform our services, you must provide us some legal permissions (referred to as a "licence") to use this content. This information is collected exclusively for the purpose of providing and developing our products and services, as mentioned in Section 1 above.

When you share, post, or upload content on or in connection with our Products that is protected by intellectual property rights, you grant us a non-exclusive, transferable, sub-licensable, royalty-free, and worldwide licence to host, use, distribute, modify, run, copy, publicly perform or display, translate, and create derivative works of your content (consistent with your privacy and other rights).This means that whenever you share a photo on D-app Social, you're giving us permission to store, copy, and share it with others (again, according to your preferences), such as service partners who help us run our service or other D-app Social Products you use. When your work is removed from our systems, this licence will expire.

By deactivating your account, you can delete content one by one or all at once. Find out how to delete your account in more detail. Before you delete your account, you can download a copy of your data at any time.

When you delete content, it is no longer visible to other people, but it may still reside on our systems in the following places:

  • Due to technical limitations, immediate deletion is not possible (in which case, your content will be erased within 90 days of your deletion).


  • Others have used your work in compliance with this licence and have not yet removed it (in which case this licence will remain in effect until the content is removed); or


  • where removing it immediately might limit our abilities to:


  • detect or identify illegal conduct or violations of our terms and policies (for example, to investigate or identify misuse of our Products or systems);


  • comply with a legal need, such as evidence preservation; or


  • a judicial or administrative authority, law enforcement, or a government agency has made a request;


In that situation, the content will be kept for no longer than is required for the purposes for which it was kept (the exact duration will vary on a case-by-case basis). 

This licence shall remain in effect until the content has been completely removed in each of the instances mentioned above.

2. Permission for adverts and sponsored content to use your name, profile picture, and information about your actions: You give us permission to use your name and profile image, as well as information about actions you've made on D-app Social, alongside or in conjunction with advertising, offers, and other sponsored content that we display throughout our Products, without charging you anything.We may, for example, show your friends that you are interested in a promoted event or that you have liked a Page made by a brand that has paid us to display its ads on D-app Social. Only persons who have your permission to see the acts you've performed on D-app Social can see ads like this. You can find out more about your ad preferences and settings.

3. Permission to update software you use or download: By downloading or using our software, you agree to allow us to download and install updates as they become available.



  1. Limitations on how we can use our intellectual property

We maintain all rights to content covered by intellectual property rights that we own and make available in our Products (for example, photos, graphics, videos, or sounds that you add to content you produce or upload on D-app Social) (but not yours).Only use our copyrights or trademarks (or any comparable marks) if our Brand Usage Guidelines clearly allow it or with our prior written authorization. To change, produce derivative works of, decompile, or otherwise seek to extract source code from us, you must first receive our explicit permission (or authorization under an open sourcelicence).

3. Other regulations and agreements that may apply to you

  • Community Standards: These guidelines describe our expectations for the content you post on D-app Social as well as your activities on D-app Social and other D-app Social products.
  • Commercial Conditions: If you access or use our Products for any commercial or business purpose, such as advertising, operating an app on our Platform, using our measurement services, managing a group or a Page for a business, or selling products or services, you must agree to these terms.
  • Advertising Policies: These policies define what types of ad content partners who advertise on D-app Social Products are permitted to use.
  • Self-Serve Ad Terms: These terms apply when you create, submit, or deliver advertising or other commercial or sponsored activity or material using self-serve advertising interfaces.
  • Pages, Groups, and Events Policy: If you create or manage a D-app Social Page, group, or event, or if you use D-app Social to communicate or administer a promotion, these standards apply.
  • These guidelines describe the policies that apply to your usage of the D-app Social Platform (for example, for developers or operators of a Platform application or website or if you use social plugins).
  • Developer Payment Terms: These terms apply to developers of D-app Social Payments-enabled applications.
  • Payment Terms for the D-app Social Community: These terms apply to payments made on or through D-app Social.
  • Commerce Policies: These guidelines lay out the rules that apply when you sell goods and services on D-app Social.
  • D-app Social Brand Resources: These guidelines spell out the rules for using D-app Social trademarks, logos, and screenshots.
  • Music Guidelines: If you upload or share music-related anything on D-app Social, you must follow these guidelines.
  • Live Policies: These guidelines apply to all D-app Social Live content.



Data Policy

the data we collect and how it's utilized

Data Policy

This policy explains how we use information to support D-app Social, Other platform, Messenger, and other D-app Social goods and services (D-app Social Products or Products). In the D-app Social Settings, you'll find more tools and information.

Things you do and provide, as well as what others do and contribute.



  • You give information and content. When you use our Products, such as when you sign up for an account, produce or share content, or message or interact with others, we collect the content, communications, and other information you give. This can include information contained in or about the content you submit (metadata), such as a photo's location.It can also include what you see through features we provide, such as our camera, so we can make suggestions for masks and filters you might like, as well as giving you pointers on how to use different camera formats. Our technologies assess context and what's in it for the reasons described below by automatically processing content and communications you and others give. Learn more about how to limit who can see your content.
  • You can choose to provide information about your religious beliefs, political beliefs, someone you are "interested in," or your health in your D-app Social profile sections or Life Events. Under the laws of your nation, this and other information (such as racial or ethnic origin, philosophical convictions, or trade union membership) may be subject to specific safeguards.
  • Connections and networks. We gather information on the people, Pages, accounts, hashtags, and groups with whom you are connected and how you interact with them across our Products, such as who you communicate with the most or which groups you belong to. If you choose to upload, sync, or import contact information from a device, we will collect it as well (such as an address book or call log or SMS log history).which we utilise for a variety of objectives, including assisting you and others in locating persons you may know, as well as the ones listed below.
  • It's all down to you. We track the sorts of material you view or engage with, the features you use, the actions you perform, the persons or accounts you communicate with, and the time, frequency, and duration of your activities when you use our Products. For example, we keep track of when you use and last used our Products, as well as what articles, videos, and other content you view on them.
  • Information regarding the transactions that have taken place on our Products. We gather information on purchases and other financial transactions made through our Products (for example, when you make a purchase in a game or make a gift). Payment information, such as your credit or debit card number and other card information; other account and authentication information; and other information
  • Other people's actions and knowledge about you. When other individuals use our Products, we also receive and analyse the content, messages, and information they supply. This can include personal information like when others post or remark on a photo of you, send you a message, or upload, sync, or import your contact information.

Information about the device

We collect information from and about the computers, phones, linked TVs, and other web-connected devices you use that interface with our Products, as defined below, and we mix it across many devices you use.For example, we may use information about your use of our Products on your phone to better personalise the content (including ads) or features you see when you use our Products on a different device, such as your laptop or tablet, or to determine whether you took an action in response to an ad we showed you on your phone on a different device

These gadgets provide us with the following data:


Operating system, hardware and software versions, battery level, signal strength, accessible storage space, browser type, app and file names and kinds, and plugins are all examples of device attributes.

Device operations: data concerning the device's operations and behaviours, such as whether a window is foregrounded or background.
Identifiers include unique identifiers, device IDs, and other identifiers from games, apps, and accounts you use, as well as Family.

Device IDs (or other identifiers unique to D-app social  Company Products associated with the same device or account). Signals from the device: Bluetooth signals, as well as information about Wi-Fi access points, beacons, and cell towers in the area.

Data from device settings: information you give us access to via device settings you enable, such as GPS position, camera, or photo access.
Network and connections: information such as your mobile operator's or ISP's name, language, time zone, mobile phone number, IP address, connection speed, and, in some situations, information about other nearby or on your network devices, so we can assist you stream a film from your phone to your TV.
Cookie data, including cookie IDs and settings, is data from cookies saved on your device. The D-app social  Cookies Policy and the Other platform Cookies Policy contain further information about how we use cookies.


Information obtained from collaborators

Advertisers, app developers, and publishers can provide us data via our social plug-ins (such as the Like button), D-app social  Login, our APIs and SDKs, or the D-app social  pixel. These partners provide information about your non-D-app social  activity.whether or not you have a D-app social  account or are signed into D-app social , including information about your device, websites you visit, purchases you make, adverts you view, and how you use their services A game developer, for example, may use our API to tell us what games you play, or a company could inform us about a purchase you made in their store.Third-party data suppliers with the right to furnish us with your information also give us with information about your online and offline actions and purchases.

Your data is collected by partners when you visit or use their services, as well as by third parties with whom they collaborate. Before sending any data to us, we require each of these partners to have legal rights to collect, use, and disclose your data. Learn more about the many sorts of partners from whom we receive data.



Review the D-app social  Cookies Policy and the Other platform Cookies Policy to learn more about how we use cookies in connection with D-app social  Business Tools.



What method is used to distribute this data?

The following are the methods in which your information is shared with others:


D-app social  Product Sharing

People and accounts with whom you communicate and share information

You choose the audience for what you share when you use our Products to share and communicate. When you publish on D-app social , for example, you can choose the audience for your post from a group, all of your friends, the public, or a custom list of people.Similarly, whether you use Messenger or Other platform to communicate with other individuals or businesses, the content you transmit is visible to them. Your network will also be able to view what you've done on our Products, such as how you interact with adverts and sponsored content. Other accounts can also see who has looked at their D-app social  orOther platform Stories.


Anyone, on or off our Products, can see public information, even if they don't have an account. Your Other platform username; any information you share with a public audience; information in your public D-app social  profile; any content you upload on a D-app social  Page, public Other platform account, or any other public forum, such as D-app social  Marketplace.You, other D-app social  andOther platform users, and we can give anybody on or outside our Products access to or communicate public information to them, including through other D-app social  Company Products, search results, and tools and APIs. Third-party services such as search engines, APIs, and offline media such as TV, as well as apps, can be used to view, access, reshare, or download public information.


Content about you that people share or reshare

Because people who can see your activity on our Products can choose to share it with others on and off our Products, including persons and businesses beyond the audience you shared with, you should think about who you choose to share with.When you share a post or send a message to a specific friend or account, they can download, screenshot, or reshare that content with others on or off our Products, in person or in virtual reality experiences like D-app social  Spaces. Additionally, when you remark on or react to someone else's post, your comment or reaction is available to anybody who can view the other person's content.

Our Products can also be used to generate and share material about you with the audience of your choice. People can, for example, include a photo of you in a Story, mention or tag you in a post, or include information about you in their posts or messages. You can discover how to report content that others have shared about you on our Products if you are uncomfortable with it.


Information regarding your active status on our Products or your presence there.

People in your network can see signals indicating whether you are currently active on Other platform, Messenger, or D-app social , as well as when you last used our Products.


What options do I have for managing or deleting information about myself?


We give you the ability to access, correct, transfer, and delete your data. More information can be found in your D-app social  andOther platform settings. We keep data until we no longer need it to deliver our services and D-app social  Products, or until you delete your account, whichever comes first. This is a case-by-case determination that is based on factors such as the type of the data, why it is being gathered, and other factors.When you search for something on D-app social , for example, you can access and delete that query at any time from your search history, but the search log is wiped after 6 months. Unless otherwise noted, if you submit a copy of your government-issued ID for account verification purposes, we remove that copy 30 days after review. Learn more about the deletion of content you've shared and how to prevent it.

We remove everything you've shared, such images and status updates, when you delete your account, and you won't be able to recover that material later. Information about you that has been shared by others is not part of your account and will not be removed. You can deactivate your account instead of deleting it if you only want to stop using the Products for a while. Please go to D-app social  Settings and Other platform Settings to delete your account at any time.


As part of our global services, how do we operate and transfer data?

In accordance with this policy, we share information globally, both internally inside the D-app social  Companies and outside with our partners and others you connect and share with around the world. Your information may be transferred or communicated to, as well as stored and processed, in the United States or other countries outside of the European Union.For the purposes of this policy, we need to know where you live. These data transfers are required to deliver the services described in the D-app social  andOther platform Terms, as well as to operate and provide our Products to you globally. We apply conventional contract conditions, rely on the European Commission's adequacy judgements in some countries, and have your permission to use these data.


How will we let you know if this policy changes?

Before we make any changes to this policy, we'll let you know and give you the chance to examine the new policy before deciding whether or not to continue using our Products.

Community Standards

What is not permitted, and how should abuse be reported

Community Standards


People use D-app social  on a daily basis to share their lives, connect with friends and family, and form communities. We're a platform that allows over two billion individuals to freely express themselves across countries, cultures, and languages.

We understand how essential it is for D-app social  to be a place where people feel free to express themselves, and we take our responsibility to keep abuse off our platform very seriously. That's why we've created a set of Community Standards that spell out what's acceptable and what's not on D-app social .Our rules are informed by community feedback as well as the opinion of professionals in disciplines like as technology, public safety, and human rights. We take great care to develop policies that are inclusive of different ideas and opinions, particularly those of people and communities who may otherwise be disregarded or excluded, to ensure that everyone's voice is recognised.


The purpose of our Community Standards has always been to provide a safe space for people to express themselves and to give them a voice. This hasn't changed and won't change. People's ability to share varied perspectives, experiences, ideas, and information is critical to fostering community and bringing the world closer together. We want people to be able to openly discuss the issues that are important to them, even though others may disagree or disagree with them.In some situations, we allow content that would otherwise violate our Community Standards for public awareness if it is noteworthy and in the public interest. We only do so after balancing the public interest value against the danger of harm, and we base our decisions on international human rights norms, as outlined in our Corporate Human Rights Policy.As a result, we examine whether anything shared by anyone, including news organisations and individual users, is newsworthy. For example, if graphically depicting combat or the effects of conflict is crucial to public dialogue, we have allowed it.


Our dedication to freedom of expression is vital, but we know that the internet opens up new and expanded avenues for abuse. As a result, when we limit expression, we do it in the service of one or more of the values listed below:

Authenticity: We want to ensure that the content that people view on D-app social  is genuine. We believe that authenticity fosters better sharing, which is why we don't want anyone to use D-app social  to misrepresent themselves or their activities.

Safety:We are committed to making D-app social  a safe environment. Threatening language is not permitted on D-app social  because it has the potential to frighten, exclude, or silence others.

We are devoted to safeguarding personal information and privacy. People's privacy allows them to be themselves, select how and when they post on D-app social , and interact more readily.

Human Dignity: We think that everyone has the same dignity and rights. We expect people to treat others with decency and not harass or demean them.


Everyone, everywhere, and for all forms of information is subject to our Community Standards. They're intended to be comprehensive; for example, content that isn't hateful may nonetheless be removed due to a violation of another policy.We understand that words can signify different things to different people depending on their context, language, or background. We work hard to account for these subtleties while ensuring that our principles are applied uniformly and fairly to people and their expression.Our ability to enforce these standards is dependent on the information we have at our disposal. In some cases, this means we may miss content and behaviour that breaches these standards, while in others, enforcement may be limited to situations in which we have been given extra information and context.


Pages, Groups, Profiles, individual content, and comments are all examples of possibly violating content that can be reported. People can also take control of their own experience by blocking, unfollowing, or hiding people and posts.

The degree of the infraction and the person's history on the platform determine the severity of the repercussions for breaching our Community Standards. For example, if someone violates our regulations for the first time, we may issue a warning, but if they continue to do so, we may restrict their ability to post on D-app social  or deactivate their account.When we believe there is a serious risk of bodily harm or a direct threat to public safety, we may also alert police enforcement.


What is and isn't allowed on D-app social  is outlined in our Community Standards. We ask that members of the D-app social  community follow these standards in this spirit.



Requests and Decisions Concerning Content

User Requests


We adhere to the following guidelines:


  • The user demands that their account be deleted.
  • Requests from a verified immediate family member or executor to have a dead user's account removed.
  • An authorised representative requests that an incapacitated user's account be deleted.

Minors are given additional protection.


We adhere to the following guidelines:


  • Requests to have an account that is under the age of 18 removed.
  • Government asks for the removal of images of child abuse displaying, for example, adult beatings, strangulation, or suffocation.
  • A legal guardian requests that insults against unintentionally renowned youngsters be removed.


We need more information and/or context to enforce the following Community Standards:

When a user, government, law enforcement, or other child safety experts request it, we may remove content published for the purpose of identifying a private minor if there is a risk to the minor's safety.