This is a followup to http://forum.jgraph.com/questions/66/what-is-the-privacydata-handling-statement-for-the-diagramly-example. As a new user, I do not have mana to post followup comments as the text of the answer is requesting, sorry. Hope admins can move this.

My question is about privacy of my data with Diagramly integrated with Google Drive. Are any data hitting your servers when opening diagrams from and saving them to Google Drive? A clarification would be appreciated greatly.

asked 04 Jun '12, 17:35

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No, neither save nor loads to/from Google Drive go through our servers. All operations go directly to Drive within the JavaScript. Also, we don't have access to your access token, sending that to our servers would be a security error.

We don't currently have access to your email address. We might send that to our servers if we ever decided to implement any licensing based on email address. But what won't have happen is your email sent to the server being used, either directly or indirectly, via a third party, to contact you.

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answered 04 Jun '12, 17:49

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edited 22 Apr '13, 09:25

Thank you!

(04 Jun '12, 19:06) kkm
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