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By enabling encryption on your form it will make your form submissions encrypted before they are submitted to our servers. Submission data are encrypted in the browser of the person filling out the form, and can’t be seen by anyone else at any time. You are the only one that can access your data. The key is the only way to access your form responses, and nobody else, not even us will have it. Notifications will alert you when an encrypted response is received, and you can use your private key to read them.
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