This page informs about how my extension "KellyC Return Youtube Dislike" collect or use data during work.
1. How and why the extension collects and uses data
1.1 Method of saving data and general information
- For store data, the extension uses Web Storage API ("Browser API").
"Browser API" are mechanisms to store small amount of data on your device.
This data is not synchronized and not automatically copied anywhere else. Currently extension store only parameters configured on extension options page, NO any personal data (browsing history \ video ids etc.) is stored.
This extension collects the data below (hereinafter referred to as "user personal data"):
- Unique identificator of video (videoId) that you watch on YouTube.com video hosting
- Extension settings
Described collected data is necessary for proper associate stats (likes \ dislikes) with currently watched video.
The user can completely remove all the settings provided to the extension through the removal of the extension.
The extension does not share collected data with other extensions or any thirdparty services. It sends "videoId" variable only on API sevices listed in extension [Settings] -> [Data sources order] to get associated stat
Extension sends "Video Id" variable-identificator to get extended information about video (display dislikes \ likes count). Variable sends only on API sevices listed in extension [Settings] -> [Data sources order] list with "Reciev data" option checked. You can restrict this by uncheck option for specifed api. This can affect on work of extension, so be careful and reset to defaults if needed.
Extension sends "Browse Id" (an 256 hash unpersonalized identificator) \ "Video Id" variable-identificators to send request for count your like \\ dislike action to specifed API. Variable sends only on API sevices listed in extension [Settings] -> [Data sources order] list with "Send actions" option checked. You can restrict this by uncheck option for specifed api.
1.2 List of actions that activate the sendig data to API
The following actions activate sendig data to API:
- Navigation to any of video from YouTube.com
2. Providing personal data to third parties
3. Ability to refuse to collect information
To be able to refuse to collect information, you must not perform actions that activate save or send video identificators (discrabed in paragraph 1.2)