Last updated: January 24, 2021
Information that is collected
My extensions do not store any information. They also does not send any information anywhere. Not now and not anytime in the future.
- Hurry extends Google Slides, i.e., any document on https://docs.google.com/presentations. It adds a progressbar when the presentation is presented.
Hurry does not analyze the contents of the slides at all. Hurry does not share any information with anyone.
Hurry does store information in so-called Browser LocalStorage. It does that to transfer information between the different views of a presentation (edit vs. present).
The information stored that is limited to physical attributes of the progressbar (size, location, color) and number of seconds spent on a given slide while presenting.
- Whackamole detects frames on third party websites and if they come from a different domain, hides them. This makes the extension work like an ad blocker.
Whackamole does not analyze the contents of the site at all. Hurry does not share any information with anyone. It also makes no web connections to anywhere for its own purposes.
Show me the source
All my extensions are completely transparent. Their source can be viewed in Chrome, through the developer tools.
You can also visit the source for each extension on github.com/laffra.