Hotshot has no ability to read or decrypt any of the messages or files shared by users on our platform.
This means that if Hotshot receives a subpoena for information on a specific client or organization, we are fundamentally unable to provide anything other than the client’s basic "know your customer information," such as contact details, IP addresses and if required by law, the fully encrypted data itself.
The inquiring agency may then choose to approach the client directly for additional information or to request the keys for decrypting the data.
Please note that Hotshot is not designed to be a platform for anonymous use – it is a tool for legitimate teams, businesses and organizations to conduct operations securely. While Hotshot, a Delaware company, is unable to decrypt data at the request of law enforcement agencies, when obligated by U.S. law, Hotshot will make every effort to cooperate with authorities.