Data Access

See and delete your data

Please select the instructions that apply to you. For example, are you a Brave Browser user or a creator who signed up for a Brave Creator account? (Or are you a tester/survey respondent or a customer of the Brave Store?)

 

Browser users

For Brave Browser Users

Brave Rewards

If you use the Brave Browser and have enabled Brave Rewards:

How to access or delete

  • Open Brave Browser.
  • In the menu, hit “Brave Rewards” (or type brave://rewards/ in your Brave Browser address bar).
  • Press “Manage your wallet”, and then go to the “Reset” tab.
  • Press the “Reset” button. (Note: This will delete your Brave Rewards wallet and its associated data from your device, which includes local BAT balances, particularly for unverified wallets. Please read the warnings when resetting.)

If you would not like to delete your Rewards wallet and its associated data, but simply disable Rewards functions:

  • Toggle off Brave Ads, Auto-Contribute, and any other relevant toggles in Brave Rewards settings (brave://rewards)

You can also hide the Brave Rewards (BAT) icon in the URL by going to brave://settings and toggling Hide Brave Rewards button.

You can learn what data are processed, for what purpose, duration, and with what legal justification, here.

Verified wallets

If you have verified/linked your Brave Rewards wallet with a custodial wallet partner:

Uphold account

If you have linked your Brave Rewards wallet to an Uphold account, it is Uphold, not Brave, that stores personal data about your Uphold account. You can view Uphold’s Privacy & Data Policy, here.

Gemini account

If you have linked your Brave Rewards wallet to a Gemini account, it is Gemini, not Brave, that stores personal data about your Gemini account. You can view Gemini’s Privacy Policy, here.

bitFlyer account

If you have linked your Brave Rewards wallet to a bitFlyer account, it is bitFlyer, not Brave, that stores personal data about your bitFlyer account. You can view bitFlyer’s Privacy Policy, here.

How to access or delete

Please make a request directly to your custodial service (Uphold, Gemini, or bitFlyer) regarding your data. Each service has its own policies regarding data access or deletion requests.

Brave Community

If you are a member of the Brave Community website, but have not posted more than two comments, you can log in at https://community.brave.com and permanently delete your account yourself.

How to access or delete (posted two comments or less)

  • Login at https://community.brave.com
  • Click your account icon (normally, a picture of your face)
  • Click your account name
  • Hit “Preferences”
  • Scroll to the bottom of and hit “Delete my account”.
  • How to access or delete (posted more than two comments)

If you have posted more than two comments, you can log in and contact a moderator, who will then permanently delete your account for you. (This two comment threshold is imposed by Discourse, which built the community platform, to prevent breaking threads).

You can learn what data are processed, for what purpose, duration, and with what legal justification, here.

Creators & Publishers

For Creators

Brave Creator accounts

If you signed up for a Brave Creators account to monetize a website, Youtube, Twitter, Twitch, Reddit, Github, or Vimeo channel.

How to access or delete your Creators account

  • Login at https://creators.brave.com
  • Hit “Delete my account”. (This will delete your Creator account and your listing in the Brave mailing list for Creators). ALERT (transaction data): If you delete your account before sending a request for transaction data, then the transaction data will be rendered impossible to associate with you.

ALERT (monetization): If you using this account to monetize your website or channel, then you may not want to delete your account.

How to access or delete Creator transaction data (if you have not deleted your account)

  • Send a message to privacy@brave.com requesting deletion of transaction data You can learn what data are processed, for what purpose, duration, and with what legal justification, here.

Linked wallet services

If you have linked your Brave Creators account with a custodial wallet partner:

Uphold account

If you have linked your Brave Creators account to an Uphold account, it is Uphold, not Brave, that stores personal data about your Uphold account. You can view Uphold’s Privacy & Data Policy, here.

Gemini account

If you have linked your Brave Creators account to a Gemini account, it is Gemini, not Brave, that stores personal data about your Gemini account. You can view Gemini’s Privacy Policy, here.

bitFlyer account

If you have linked your Brave Creators account to a bitFlyer account, it is bitFlyer, not Brave, that stores personal data about your bitFlyer account. You can view bitFlyer’s Privacy Policy, here.

Brave Community

If you are a member of the Brave Community website.

How to access or delete

  • Login at https://community.brave.com
  • Click your account icon (normally, a picture of your face)
  • Click your account name
  • Hit “Preferences”
  • Scroll to the bottom of and hit “Delete my account”.
  • You can learn what data are processed, for what purpose, duration, and with what legal justification, here.

Beta Testers & Survey Respondents

For Beta Users & Survey Respondents

Research and testing

If you use a test version of Brave, or participate in Brave surveys.

Brave Browser Beta (iOS / iPadOS)

If you are testing Brave on an Apple mobile device, then you are using a “TestFlight” version of Brave and data are stored by both Brave and Apple.

How to access or delete

  • You can request that your personal data be deleted, or object to it being processed, or to gain access to it, or to port it, by emailing a brief explanation that your want to access or delete your TestFlight data to privacy@brave.com.
  • You can access your TestFlight data from Apple at https://privacy.apple.com/.

Research surveys

How to access or delete

  • You can request that your personal data be deleted, or object to it being processed, or to gain access to it, or to port it, by emailing a brief explanation to privacy@brave.com.

You can learn what data are processed, for what purpose, duration, and with what legal justification, here.

Store

For Users of the Brave Store

Brave Store

If you have a Brave Store account or have ordered items from the Brave Store.

How to access or delete

  • You can request that your personal data be deleted, or object to it being processed, or to gain access to it, or to port it, by emailing a brief explanation that you want to access or delete your Brave Store account data to privacy@brave.com.

 

To learn how we use data for the Brave Browser, see the Brave Browser Privacy Policy. To learn how we use data to operate our websites, forums, and communications, visit the Website Privacy Policy. To learn how we use data for publishers and creators visit the Publisher Privacy Policy on the Basic Attention Token website. To learn how we use data about advertisers, visit the Advertiser Privacy Policy.

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  4. Check if it says “Intel” or “Apple”.

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