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blindnet​.dev

Helping developers build trustworthy applications through privacy.

Develop Trustworthy Systems with Ease!

The blindnet devkit enables secured collection and automated management of sensitive data while helping to develop trustworthy applications via premade privacy-management user interfaces.

It is made of several independent, yet cohesive Open Source libraries, services and tools together enabling confidentiality, control and compliance with regulation, by supporting:

  • easy to integrate privacy management
    • white-label Web Components for all privacy settings
    • helper libraries for easy capture of sensitive data with associated user consent
  • advanced sensitive data management
    • secured data storage and automated management
    • end-to-end encryption
    • secured transfer of sensitive data and associated user consent to compatible systems

Follow our Quick Start guide to understand how the components plays together, and explore the documentation to learn more.

Always Open

At blindnet, we strongly think Openness and Privacy are two sides of the same coin.

We meticulously follow the Openness Principles in all matters, guided by the Openness Framework we defined and constantly update.

Obviously, this means all the core components of blindnet devkit are Open Source, following an Open Core model. But we go further than that: except when absolutely needed, all the contents we build and work with are and will always stay available to anyone and open to contribution. This includes every important decision we take and every specification and guiding document we work with.

Making all matters easily accessible and intelligible to everyone is a top priority at blindnet. If you feel any information is missing or is incomplete, please let us know!

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Constantly Innovating

Our team of developers, PhDs, security engineers and DevX experts is constantly working on new ways to improve and extend the blindnet devkit.

We are always open to new ideas and suggestions, especially from You the developers, to help us build exactly what You need in order to make privacy ubiquitous.