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Thank you for choosing and trusting Jakcodex/Muledump. Traditionally no information at all has been collected and with the introduction of Usage Analytics we want to be absolutely clear about what it means for you.
Absolutely no account data, email addresses, IP addresses, or any other personally identifiable information is stored or made available to anybody working with the Jakcodex/Muledump project.
Usage Analytics can be disabled in the Settings Manager in Muledump.
Starting with Chrome, extension version 1.1.0 Starting with Firefox, extension version 2.1.0
The Chrome web store and Firefox Add-on extensions utilize Google Analytics to collect basic usage information including:
Absolutely no personally identifying or private information is collected. You can opt-out in the extension options.
Usage Analytics is an optional feature that utilizes Google Analytics to get an overall view of how many users are using Muledump, the features in use, and errors encountered.
This information can be used to see how features are being used, where to focus new development, advance notice on new errors users are encountering, and can otherwise help improve Muledump.
You can control the types of data collected or opt-out in the Settings Manager in Muledump.
The following types of information can be collected by Usage Analytics:
Usage Analytics utilizes the Google Analytics service for tracking website activity. The information collected by Google Analytics and how it is used can be found in their Terms of Service.
All collected information is processed and anonymized. Once available for display it cannot be used to identify you.
Google Analytics provides a tool to opt-out of some or all of their analytics tracking. Visit GA Opt-Out for more information.