The browser extension does not collect, use or disclose personal information with the exception of IP addresses. The IP address of the user is used as part of standard HTTP requests. The browser extension does not keep a record of the user's IP address.
Web Browsing Information
The browser extension uses some web browsing information to function. The information used is limited to uniform resource locators (URLs) provided by the user. The URLs are used by the browser extension when archiving content to the Wayback Machine. The browser extension does not keep a record of the URLs.
The browser extension needs six browser permissions to function. These permissions are granted when the browser extension is installed by the user.
- Active Tab - Access details about the current browser tab (URL, title and status).
- Storage - Store and retrieve data from disk (user options and statistics).
- Notifications - Create and display notifications.
- Context Menus - Create and remove context menus options.
archive.org- Send and receive data from the Internet Archive.
web.archive.org- Send and receive data from the Wayback Machine.
Communicating with the Wayback Machine
The browser extension communicates with the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine to facilitate URL archiving. The browser extension only communicates with the Wayback Machine when actioned by the user.
The browser extension makes HTTP requests to `https://web.archive.org/save` and `https://archive.org/wayback/available`. The URL, IP address and user agent string of the user is sent to the Wayback Machine as part of these HTTP requests.
Platform Privacy Policies
The browser extension is available on a number of platforms which may collect personal and/or web browsing information.
Text from: https://github.com/VerifiedJoseph/Save-to-the-Wayback-Machine/blob/master/PRIVACY.md