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Privacy Policy

Even though Habitening is a tracker by definition, we still take your privacy seriously.


We may modify these terms from time to time. You can find the latest version on the website. Your continued use of the service will be considered as acceptance of the new terms.


Habitening does not have accounts and rely on identity providers to confirm your public profile.

Please secure your account on the identity provider.

In addition, we may ask for your time zone to help convert relative terms like yesterday, today, and tomorrow into dates.


Habitening uses and stores cookies to keep you signed in. A cookie is a small piece of data passed to your browser and stored on your computer. Cookies let us know you have signed in and confirmed your identity. They are necessary for the authenticated portion of the Service. If you disable cookies, that portion of the Service may not function properly. Cookies are not used to track you so Habitening does not respond differently to Do Not Track (DNT).


All habits are private by default and must be explicitly published by you to become public.

Web Server Logs

Habitening collects web server logs containing information like browser type, browser version, referring site, the time of the request. We collect this information to better understand how the Service is used and to detect abuse.


Since Habitening uses YouTube API Services to collect YouTube data, we must clearly and accurately describe what we access, collect and store, and how and why we use, process, and share such information. We must also link to the Google Privacy Policy at http://www.google.com/policies/privacy.

Habitening collects the upload dates of public videos from public YouTube channels to track when those YouTube channels are updated and to predict when the next uploads will occur. (It does the machine equivalent of scrolling through the list of videos on a YouTube channel's page.) The title and the description of each YouTube channel is also collected for presentation purposes because the YouTube ID is not very informative.

No information is collected from you.

We must include a link to the Google's security settings page (https://security.google.com/settings/security/permissions) where you can revoke your YouTube consent. Habitening only collects public data that do not require YouTube consent so the page does nothing.

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