Trust and Safety

Webacy adheres to a strict no-access policy; that is we don't store passwords, enable you to access personal accounts via passwords, or download data from accounts.When they are complete, we will publish the security audits here.

Our Webacy Code of Ethics

01.
Universality
Everyone in the world, regardless of race, religion, or age, deserves the right to manage their data after death.
02.
Continuance
Your human rights while you're alive should be the same once you die.
03.
Openness
Death should no longer be taboo;
death should be accepted, and in some situations, eventually celebrated.
04.
Immortality
Everyone in the world deserves to live forever online if they so choose.

05.
Personal Choice
Living forever is not about selfish needs or greed. Living forever is purely for family and loved ones: to carry on legacy and to heal the grieving.

Ambassador
Disclaimer

Webacy is not responsible for any false promotions, overpromises, or misleading statements made by its ambassadors. Any statements or claims made by ambassadors are their own.

Webacy is not liable for any damages or losses incurred as a result of the actions or statements of its ambassadors. Webacy is not responsible for any misrepresentations, false advertising, or any other wrongful conduct by its ambassadors.

By engaging with Webacy’s ambassadors, you acknowledge and accept that any  statements made by ambassadors are of their own fruition, and that Webacy is not liable for any damages or losses incurred as a result of any statements made by its ambassadors.