The semi-legal mumbo-jumbo is an attempt to try and minimize any potential liability for running a web app like this one.
A shorter version of both:
- We collect an absolute minimal amount of content/data on you. There is one Analytics package (Fathom) which provides anonymous web analytics (ie, page views).
- When you login via Github no access to your private data and/or repositories is collected. I chose to login via Github because I did not want to manage any passwords and I figured the overlap between Visual Studio Code and Github has to be in the 5 or 6 nines.
- The only cookie used is a session cookie related to your login.
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