Google Analytics Data Usage Policy
This application uses Google’s support for the OAuth method for authorizing application access. A relationship exists between the user’s userID from Google and the Authorization Token. To speed up access and to allow multiple API requests at the same time, the application stores the current userid and authorization token on our server. Nobody can use the AuthSub token to login to a user’s Google Account. The token only serves to retrieve data via the Google APIs. A user can eliminate their stored userid and authorization token at any time by clicking on the link that says “revoke access” in their Google accounts security settings. The OAuth authorization process follows Google’s recommended procedure for registration of application domains and using secure requests signed by certificates.
Google Analytics profile unique identifiers are stored at the account level for future retrieval. Report data may be stored if the user imports data and chooses to write to the database; however, report data may always be cleared from the database. Additionally, no Personally Identifiable Information (PII) is ever stored in Google Analytics.
This is a read-only application for GA data reporting. At no time does this application attempt to change or write to your Google Analytics data.
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