Since the last bunq update, Pi-Hole has been blocking bunq . You can solve this by whitelisting the following subdomain:
Robbin-Blue-Turtle Now that you say it, I had problems connecting via WiFi (and therefore pihole) yesterday, but it went via 4G.
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Robbin-Blue-Turtle Thank you, I also wondered why Bunq no longer worked via Wi-Fi at home :)
Hmm, thanks! The question is more why this is used, not without reason that PiHole blocks this!
Apparently you have to cooperate, otherwise bunq no longer be used.
I am indeed troubled by it and I must say that I also think this is not AVG proof, which personal data is collected here, to whom is the data provided and with what purpose processing? @ BUNQ , I think this should be clarified
Erwin-Silver-Owl which personal data is collected here, to whom is the data provided and with what purpose processing?
▶ ️ https://www.bunq.com/en/privacy I suspect you can find those answers here. 🙂
Sander Thanks !! These companies are all US-based and it is not clearly stated for what purpose the data is processed and whether this is necessary for the proper execution of the agreement. shared. I am very curious which personal data is shared and under which conditions
So if you are going to do new things, then you will have to obtain permission and adjust your privacy statement accordingly. Just changing the text is not enough. And even if you are going to do new things that fall within a given permission, you will have to do more than just edit that text. You will really have to point out to people that you have adjusted the text, so that they are adequately informed as a result.
It's also blocked here:
But the bunq apps keeps working fine. I can login and nagivate without any problems.
(tested with the Android app)
Erwin-Silver-Owl for such specific questions you might want to contact the support chat or directly email the Data Protection Officer as mentioned in the doc: email@example.com
Erwin-Silver-Owl As far as I know, you can’t have a conditional whitelist for an URL in this context. Meaning you’ll have to whitelist it for the time being IF the app indeed fails to load when it’s blocked. You might get away with redirecting it (DNS based) to the local IP if you run a http(s) server and let it return a 404. But that’s temperamental and just a gamble...
Erwin-Silver-Owl Please let us know the answer
LH-Black-Wolf Thanks LvH! What I find strange that PyHole suddenly blocks the operation of the app or that the app no longer accepts you blocking that data transfer, at least there is apparently something wrong ... PyHole rightly blocks these types of privacy violations and that is why I have it also turned on at home. That this morning the app no longer works at once, I think is strange. I also think that Bunq has still not clarified that and I am quietly awaiting what the DPO will say on my request.
Please keep us informed! I went To bunq for the privacy focus, I hope this is nothing bad. Seqment seems indeed to be a US company for dealing with customer data: https://segment.com/contact/
Freek Freek, I do my best! I also hope that Bunq not fallen for the mandatory processing of your personal data and that it therefore sells (or processes) or that the company Seqment sells my data (whether or not easily traceable) to third parties. Our personal data is worth a lot of money and I already pay Bunq for the services I purchase. I do not wish to pay with my personal data. In that case the monthly amount must be substantially lower !!
Delano that's something you need to ask bunq to be honest. I do not have any insights in that. 🙂
Sander Ah yes of course, the little lightning bolt had me thinking you were an employee instead of a moderator, my bad :)