Updated on 21st of March, 2022
Information Requestly collects
The Requestly browser extension stores your name and email address on secured Firebase servers only when you authenticate with Google. Your public rules are also saved securely on Firebase servers. Non-public rules are saved in Chrome Storage and are saved securely on Firebase servers only when syncing or backup is enabled. However Requestly website does not collect any sort of personal information.
The Requestly extension captures anonymous product usage information, including but not limited to: current version of the extension, creation, modification and deletion of rule. We just capture an event like “Redirect Rule created” but we do not capture what is the definition of rule. Please note all such data is captures anonymously and no user level data is gathered.
Changes and updates to this policy
Requestly reserves the right to change this policy for any reason, and may make small, inconsequential changes to this policy with or without notice. Each time this policy is changed we will revise the “Effective Date” at the top of this page.