Because Storj provides secure zero-knowledge encrypted storage, it's almost impossible to know what type of data is being stored. However, third-party service providers, developers, and apps wishing to utilize the Storj network can elect to restrict the types of files and uploads that may be stored on the network through their front-ends.
Articles in this section
- What happens if a node hosting one of my chunks goes offline ?
- Can I set conditions about the purpose which my space I offer for rent can be used for ?
- How important is download speed and bandwidth ?
- How much storage do I need to share to be able to use Storj for free or to make a profit?
- What is the throughput limitation of the Storj network ?
- What is Storj's policy on illegal content ?
- If the space I'm sharing goes offline, what happens to the data I'm storing?
- How would one not allow their node to host certain content ?
- How can an average person keep their storage space constantly online in order to maximize the service provided and the profit?