Maiar Browser Privacy Policy

We do not store any record of people’s browsing history. The Maiar browser is designed to not know who you are, or what sites you visit. The only way a user’s data is stored by us is if the user has switched on Sync.

Read this document to understand how the Maiar browser uses data. To learn how we use data to operate our websites and communications, visit the Privacy Policy for

Security & updates
Maiar automatically checks for updates. This ensures that you always have access to the latest version and security fixes. We count these requests when we receive them to produce aggregate statistics. No particular personal information can be identified in these statistics.

If you switch on Sync (maiar://sync) then your bookmarks and passwords will be saved in an encrypted file on a cloud storage service, to which you will have the only decryption key. The data are entirely inaccessible to us and to the cloud storage provider.

Crash reports
When Maiar crashes, it creates a report that can be sent to us to help us fix whatever caused the problem. This report contains technical information about your computer system which is typically distinctive. You can choose whether to send us these reports. You can turn on or off future reports in settings.

Help with privacy settings
You can find more info on how to change privacy settings in Maiar in the Help Center.

Contact us about your privacy
We are always interested in hearing and responding to questions and concerns. You can reach our data protection officer, Lucian Todea, and the rest of our privacy team at If you’re in the European Union, you also have the right to complain to your local data protection authority.

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