The Diya application does not collect or store personal information about Ukrainians. It only reflects the data contained in state registers, Minister of Digital Transformation Mykhayilo Fedorov stated in an interview with the Budynok TV channel.
"The Diya app is arranged in such a way that it does not collect information about you. When you install it, it only displays information that has been in the registers for a long time. When you received your ID-passport or foreign passport, you got into the demographic register - and when you log into Diya, information about you is pulled up only from that register. In the same way the information about you is pulled up from the register of driver's licenses," the head of department reported.
He noted that Diya app does not create a new database and is "a very secure product that shows information about you that is already in the registry."
"And if you do not pull up any document, then for you it is an important signal that, it turns out, you received this document and use it, but it is not in the register," Mykhailo Fedorov noted.
The Minister added that by logging into the Diya, Ukrainians can see what the state knows about them, and get the opportunity to manage information about themselves.
As it was reported, the power plans to considerably increase quantity of the rendered state services by means of the Diya app service in 2022.