What makes our
These 6 points will make it clear:
Global partners who rely on our networks
to ethically source data with long-term business value.
Actively promoting responsible data collection at major industry forums
Bright Data founders and senior executive team have participated in the leading conferences for the promotion of responsible, ethical, legal, and compliant data collection. Here are but a few examples of events in which we have participated in and to which we have made major contributions:
The company's data collection experts are also actively helping provide researchers at leading academic institutions with crucial data sets. From medical breakthroughs to sociological studies as well as developing life-altering technology.
Here are a few of the institutions who utilize our
data collection networks:
A department entirely dedicated to compliance
Bright Data has an entire department dedicated to compliance led by an in-house Compliance Officer. This department is in charge of reviewing new client's requests to join networks, handle abuse reports, submit compliance reports on new and ongoing customer activity, as well as performing recorded video calls with potential customers, and receiving CEO approval in certain instances. This is all part of Bright Data 4-pillar fraud detection work methodology comprised of:
- Know Your Customer (KYC) phone calls
These are used to deeply understand a customer's use case, identify inconsistencies, and thwart attempts to maliciously abuse networks.
- Usage Monitoring
We measure Residential Network usage for the first week in order to detect discrepancies and ensure traffic logs match approved use cases.
- Ongoing random logs review by a Compliance Officer
Full log checks are regularly conducted on customer accounts in order to find use case mismatches.
- Abuse Reports
Vendor security reports are used in order to continuously maintain a clean network. These reports assist the company in identifying customers who abuse networks and disable them immediately.
Going above and beyond the letter of the law
Bright Data is a strong advocate of internet security and privacy and understands the importance of providing businesses, individual consumers, and peers greater control of their privacy and data. That is why our company is fully compliant with:
The EU's data protection regulatory framework [GDPR]
California's Consumer Privacy Act [CCPA]
Bright Data does not stop at the barebone requirements afforded by the law. Our company goes above and beyond legal requirements when it comes to protecting the peers in our SDK network:
- Every precaution is taken to ensure that Bright Data peer's identity, precise geolocation, and IP address stay 100% confidential.
- SDK partners are interested in routing network traffic and collecting data points and not in compromising network participant's personal information.
- Bright Data does everything in its power to safeguard SDK peer identity, devices, and information.
Bright Data is the only company in the IPPN market providing an IP proxy network explicitly requiring opt-in consent by their mobile and residential IP providers
Bright Data's approach is one that responds to suspicion of improper use of the system very quickly with the ability to identify, improve, change and fix with one of the highest standards in the industry
IP proxy network services are currently available from only a handful of suppliers, of which Bright Data is the most successful. It provides the latest tool in an evolving set. It is more cost effective to use Bright Data tools than to maintain in-house data center proxies, and they are far less likely to be identified, associated, and blocked.