Learn about the user data stored in our database
Please note that MAZ does not trade/sell/exchange any of our customers' users' data for any marketing purposes.
We store the following user-related data in our Database.
User related information:
When a user creates an account in your MAZ app or logs in MAZ app, the following record is stored in our database:
- Email (stored in encrypted form)
- Display name (in case of Facebook login)
- The platform the user last signed in from
- The last logged in date
Purchase related information:
When a user purchases subscription or subscription is renewed, the following record is stored in our database:
- Product id purchased
- Transaction id
- End date(in case of subscription purchase)
- Original purchase date
Print subscription(database integration) related information:
When an existing subscriber logs in the app, the following record is stored in our database:
- Login credentials (encrypted)
- Status of the user (active/inactive)
- Response received from the database integration API
Push notification related information:
When a push notification is sent, the following record is stored in our database:
- Device token (of the user's device) received from the app
- User’s country
Item related (articles/videos/audio) information:
This information is related to items been viewed or saved by the end-user. It includes:
- Article URL
- Publication date
Item views related information:
This information is related to how much of an article/video/audio has been consumed by the end-user. The app uses this data to open the content from the point where the user had last left off.
Receipt related information:
This information is related to receipts the app gets from the respective app store whenever the user makes a digital purchase be it an individual IAP (feed) or a subscription. Subscription renewals are also purchases. The receipt data is needed to validate purchases with the respective app store.
Metering related information:
This data is about when did the end user start consuming the meter (eg: free timed access) for a particular locked feed.