What’s the difference between Public, Private and Registered?
Public, Private and Registered Countermarks have different access levels:
- Public: All Countermark Users can read a Public Countermark. A typical use for Public Countermarks is marketing or free data for use in the public domain.
- Private: Only a specified Group of Users can read a Private Countermark. These Users are typically specialists that must have access to protected data.
- Registered: A User can only read a Registered Countermark if they have enabled their phone location and allocated an email to the phone.