Ghostly is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind, express or implied,
including but not limited to the warranties of merchantability, fitness
for a particular purpose and noninfringement.
Ghostly does not collect any telemetry that can identify a single user.
Telemetry is collected for development purposes only. The user
can at any time opt-out from collection of telemetry.
- Error information
- Version number (e.g. 1.0.x)
- Location (country and city)
- Features used by the user
- Data collected from features only identified the event taking place such as
Created Rule, Deleted Filter. No telemetry identifying the data itself is collected.
This gives the developer insight into what features that are actually being used
and helps focus future development.
- Architecture (e.g. 32-bit)
- Version (e.g. Windows 10.0.18956.1000)
- Available processors/cores (e.g. 8 cores)
External data sources
OS information and IP address
When Ghostly makes web requests to https://github.com to retrieve data, it includes user's
machine's OS information in the User-Agent header. The author of Ghostly does not have
access to this information, but the website https://github.com does and it logs this
information. The website will also log user's IP address. Again, the author of Ghostly
does not have access to this data.
Third-party data source
When user specifies a different data source than the default source at https://github.com,
such data to its author.