GlanceCam approach to privacy is simple: your data belongs to you.
All your camera settings (IPs, usernames, passwords, etc.) and all preferences are stored only locally on your machine: no sync, no servers, nothing that can pose a risk to your privacy and security. The same strict approach applies to your camera feeds: using those locally stored strings, GlanceCam directly accesses your video streams without involving any server, cloud service or third party; only you can view what your cameras are streaming.
This means that GlanceCam’s developer - me, Cesare Forelli, hi! - cannot collect or monitor any personal data (absolutely nothing) stored, accessed and viewed inside the app, and actually by default does not know your identity, because all transactions are processed by Apple’s App Store, which does not share Customers informations with developers.
The only exception to the absolute anonimity and absence of personal informations leaving your machine can occur when you manually initiate a support request from inside the app, because in that case GlanceCam auto-generates a configuration report and inserts it in an email draft for you to review, redact where needed, approve and send. This means that with support requests, which again are only ever explicitly started by you if you need assistance, your email address, possibly your name (or other informations that you include in your signature or anywhere else in your message) and by default configuration parameters pertaining GlanceCam setup on your machine and previous in-app purchases are collected and pasted inside an email draft to help the developer provide better support. In this scenario you can, are invited to (multiple disclaimers ask you to carefully evaluate what to send and what to redact) and indeed should remove personal informations such as public IPs and passwords before sending your message; effective support requires some informations to be shared, but you have complete control of the details you provide in your support request.
Support requests that are received and contain enough informations for possibly establish a remote connection (username + passwords + public IP address + external port), despite the disclaimers provided inside the app and in the body of the draft, might be deleted immediately, even without actually providing support, and in all cases will be purged within 1 month from the moment the support request is completed either with a positive or negative feedback from the User. So, really, don’t send me those personal informations: I will never accept to try connecting to one of your cameras for troubleshooting issues - the privacy implications are simply unacceptable to me - and it’s very likely that I will be able to help you without knowing your password.
GlanceCam does not communicate with any server run by the development team or other third-parties not mentioned in this document, with the only exceptions of Apple servers if you enabled the option to share your diagnostics and usage informations with Apple and, as detailed in the previous paragraph, of RevenueCat.
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Last revision: March 4, 2021