It dawned on me that this question may have inadvertently hijacked another thread. So here it is on its own. My reason for asking this question is two-fold. First, I would like to be assured that using a Daz3D file management product isn’t going to compromise security on my computer. And second, before anyone else asks the question - yes, I do have something to hide: my privacy and my peace of mind.
I am hoping for a best case scenario, that all search and information data is maintained locally, on the computer itself, and is never uploaded to Daz3D for any marketing, demographic or other scheme.
My original question:
““So… does the DIM upload any data to Daz3D or its affiliates about what is on my computer? I realize there is probably going to be a cookie so that once I load DIM (that is, IF I load DIM) and enter my account information I can be identified. Beyond that, though, what I would like to know, however, is whether or not Daz3D is aggregating, culling, storing, searching, listing, or otherwise maintaining any other information whatsoever from my computer into their databanks, including which files I have purchased from Daz3D?
Thanks for any help, if you happen to know the answer to any of this. DIM sounds like it might be very useful… unless it is mining my computer for data of any sort.