When I say military grade privacy, I mean it.
Privacy has many layers and we're covering each one.
When you connect to any website or application, your IP address is normally logged. The reason is simple. Hackers try to hack into networks. This practice happens 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It never stops. Hell, my home network firewall in the last 24 hours has blocked over 40,000 connections.
Logging IP addresses is critical for security but is privacy averse. So how do we secure our network and still maintain our connecting users privacy?
A proxy server.
Proxy servers receive connections and then forward those connections to another server. This practice ensures our servers do not know where you live OR where you are connecting from.
We are in talks with a swiss company who specializes in this type of server. They are basically a Swiss Fort Knox. Check out a diagram of their data center below.
The reason we are going through such extremes is because of Swiss privacy laws. Individual privacy is guaranteed in the Swiss Constitution. If the US Government wanted a swiss company to hand over IP logs, they would be in a world of pain. You can learn more about Swiss Privacy law, here.
Don’t forget, every server which holds a piece of your identity is in Switzerland also. 🤔
Citizens connect to a Swiss proxy server (not owned by Mass Address), the proxy server initiates a secure connection to our interface. The citizen begins the encrypted singularity creation process. After the citizen clicks the validate button, another secure session is established between the Mass Address Network and multiple servers inside the United States. These servers can include the Social Security Administration, financial institutions, Department of Motor Vehicles, and/or the IRS. Your submitted information is compared against records in these institutions. If you pass our validations, your singularity is created and saved across the Mass Address network.
IF you are able to create a singularity, you will have a digital identity which cannot be stolen, sold, or even accessed without your consent.
Our new interface is almost complete. Check out these ‘work in progress” screenshots.
January 14th, 2022 will be the 6th year of development. I am building this for the American people because identity privacy is national security.
Edward W. Hood