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When using a remote node, the node owner can see IP addresses linked to txIDs. Running a full node means I can avoid trusting third parties and keep control over my data. But I can't find where this data (IP & txIDs) is stored, nor if these things are.

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the node owner can see IP addresses linked to txIDs

The remote node owner could (not "can") link IPs to transactions, but it would need to be using something more than just a Monero node - because a Monero node doesn't store IPs to transactions.

Where does a full node store transaction data? ... But I can't find where this data (IP & txIDs) is stored, nor if these things are.

A node stores transactions in blocks in the blockchain database. It doesn't store IP addresses (other than a cache of recent network peers, not RPC peers).

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