Last modified: August 10, 2019.
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“aka” is a chat application for mobile built using the Telegram open source code, which you can find here. To the fullest extent permissible under GPLv2 license with an OpenSSL exception, which license may be viewed here and is subject to an OpenSSL exception, “aka” is not responsible for the actions or omissions of Telegram itself. “aka” makes no representations or warranties regarding the use or misuse of Telegram; to the fullest extent permissible under any applicable law, such warranties are DISCLAIMED, both as to Telegram and as to “aka”.
“aka” uses the Telegram API and does not transfer any user data to anyone.
Because “aka” is an application built on chat service, users may be exposed to content beyond the control of us. Users should carefully review Telegram's terms and conditions and FAQ for more information on how user may experiences may vary.
“aka” operates on the basis of Telegram’s open API and has additional functionality and design elements.
This software is licensed according to the GNU General Public License V2 (Mobile). We encourage developers to help improve the software or review the code. Email us at email@example.com if you'd like access to the source code for “aka”.
Due to the feature of the Application and the direct relationship with the servers and the Telegram equipment, all personal information of Users is transmitted and processed on servers and equipment of Telegram.
All information that you submit to or through “aka” shall be provided by “aka” to Telegram insofar as “aka” is a tool for using Telegram. “aka” does not retain any of your information for any reason, except that certain pseudonymous information like IP addresses may be recorded by “aka” for internal marketing purposes, for example maintaining a running headcount of active users and for describing its reach to potential advertisers.
Telegram is a third party for purposes of the GDPR. You may contact Telegram at @Telegram on Twitter, or at @support or @telegram on Telegram. For more information on Telegram's use of your data and for exercising your “right to be forgotten,” please contact @GDPRBot or navigate to https://t.me/gdprbot
You may contact Telegram to delete your account here. Compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation as to information provided to Telegram directly or otherwise outside of the “aka” API shall remain the sole responsibility of Telegram.