Privacy Policy of 500kUser

500kUser operates the 500kuser website, which provides the SERVICE. This page is used to inform website visitors regarding our policies with the collection, use, and disclosure of Personal Information if anyone decided to use our Service, the 500kUser website. If you choose to use our Service, then you agree to the collection and use of information in relation with this policy. The Personal Information that we collect are used for providing and improving the Service. We will not use or share your information with anyone except as described in this Privacy Policy. The terms used in this Privacy Policy have the same meanings as in our Terms and Conditions, which is accessible at Website URL, unless otherwise defined in this Privacy Policy.

Information Collection and Use

For a better experience while using our Service, we may require you to provide us with certain personally identifiable information, including but not limited to your name, phone number, and postal address. The information that we collect will be used to contact or identify you. Log Data We want to inform you that whenever you visit our Service, we collect information that your browser sends to us that is called Log Data. This Log Data may include information such as your computer's Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, browser version, pages of our Service that you visit, the time and date of your visit, the time spent on those pages, and other statistics.


Cookies are files with small amount of data that is commonly used an anonymous unique identifier. These are sent to your browser from the website that you visit and are stored on your computer's hard drive. Our website uses these “cookies” to collection information and to improve our Service. You have the option to either accept or refuse these cookies, and know when a cookie is being sent to your computer. If you choose to refuse our cookies, you may not be able to use some portions of our Service. Service Providers We may employ third-party companies and individuals due to the following reasons:

We want to inform our Service users that these third parties have access to your Personal Information. The reason is to perform the tasks assigned to them on our behalf. However, they are obligated not to disclose or use the information for any other purpose.


We value your trust in providing us your Personal Information, thus we are striving to use commercially acceptable means of protecting it. But remember that no method of transmission over the internet, or method of electronic storage is 100% secure and reliable, and we cannot guarantee its absolute security. Links to Other Sites Our Service may contain links to other sites. If you click on a third-party link, you will be directed to that site. Note that these external sites are not operated by us. Therefore, we strongly advise you to review the Privacy Policy of these websites. We have no control over, and assume no responsibility for the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third-party sites or services.

Children's Privacy

Our Services do not address anyone under the age of 13. We do not knowingly collect personal identifiable information from children under 13. In the case we discover that a child under 13 has provided us with personal information, we immediately delete this from our servers. If you are a parent or guardian and you are aware that your child has provided us with personal information, please contact us so that we will be able to do necessary actions. Changes to This Privacy Policy We may update our Privacy Policy from time to time. Thus, we advise you to review this page periodically for any changes. We will notify you of any changes by posting the new Privacy Policy on this page. These changes are effective immediately, after they are posted on this page.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or suggestions about our Privacy Policy, do not hesitate to contact us.

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Content Policies

Our content policies apply to your Product's content, including any ads it shows to users and any user-generated content it hosts or links to. Further, they apply to any content from your developer account that is publicly displayed in Chrome Web Store, including your developer name and the landing page of your listed developer website. Products that include content that may not be suitable for all ages should be marked "Mature" on the Developer Dashboard.

Sexually Explicit Material:

We don't allow content that contains nudity, graphic sex acts, sexually explicit material, or content that drives traffic to commercial pornography sites. We also don't allow content that promotes incest, bestiality, necrophilia, or non-consensual sexual acts. Google has a zero-tolerance policy against child pornography. If we become aware of content with child pornography, we will report it to the appropriate authorities and delete the Google Accounts of those involved with the distribution. Content which contains non-sexual nudity - such as artistic, educational, scientific, or cultural nudity - is generally allowed, but may impact the visibility of your Product.

Violent or Bullying Behavior:

Depictions of gratuitous violence are not allowed. Products should not contain materials that threaten, harass, or bully other users. For example, Products should not contain:

  • Content which makes a specific threat of serious harm against an individual person or a defined group of people.
  • Content whose predominant purpose is to single out another person for abuse, malicious attack, or ridicule. Content that results in the unwanted sexualization of a person, including malicious claims about a person's sexual activities, sexual orientation, or gender identity.
  • A series of posts/comments/photos that, taken together, clearly have the primary intention of harassment, even if each individual piece of content is not severe.
Hate Speech:

We don't allow content advocating against or inciting hatred towards groups of people based on their race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, veteran status, nationality, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or any other characteristic that is associated with systematic discrimination or marginalization.

Additionally, the visibility of your Product may be impacted if it contains generally hateful content not covered by the above definition.

Violent Extremism:

We remove content that recruits, fundraises, or promotes violence on behalf of extremist groups defined by the US State Department and other international organizations. Violent extremism is defined as the use of violence and intimidation in the pursuit of political aims or goals outside of societal norms.

Impersonation or Deceptive Behavior:

Don't pretend to be someone else, and don't represent that your product is authorized by, endorsed by, or produced by another company or organization, if that is not the case.

Developers should not divert users or provide links to any other site that mimics the Chrome Web Store or passes itself off as the Chrome Web Store. Your Product and its user experience also must not mimic functionality or warnings from a user's operating system or browser.

Any changes to device settings must be made with the user's knowledge and consent and be easily reversible by the user.

We do not allow products that deceive or mislead users, including in the content, title, description, or screenshots.

Don't misrepresent the functionality of your product or include non-obvious functionality that doesn't serve the primary purpose of the product. Descriptions of your product must directly state the functionality so that users have a clear understanding of the product they are adding. For example, products should not contain:

  • Claimed functionalities that are not possible to implement (e.g. "Who has viewed your social media account") or which are not directly provided by the extension (e.g. file converters which only link to other file conversion services)
  • Any metadata that misrepresents the extension's or developer's current status or performance on the Chrome Web Store (e.g. "Editor's Choice" or "Number One")

If your product has a blank description field or is missing an icon or screenshots, it will be rejected. If any of your product's content, title, icon, description, or screenshots contains false or misleading information, we may remove it.

Featured Products:

The Chrome Web Store features products that align with our standards, values, and that we believe will produce valuable user experiences. Certain products that don't meet these standards, but which do not explicitly violate CWS policies - such as VPN extensions and Video Downloaders - may be restricted from feature in the Store, but will still be available to users. For example, the following products are currently not featured in the CWS Store:

  • Religious or political content
  • VPNs
  • Video Downloaders
  • Anti-Virus tools
  • Content deemed not family friendly
  • Bots
  • Cryptocurrency
  • Non-production builds
  • Prohibited products
  • Gambling content
  • Extensions whose developers have questionable reputations, such as historically misleading or malicious extensions.
Intellectual Property:

Don't infringe on the intellectual property rights of others, including patent, trademark, trade secret, copyright, and other proprietary rights. We will respond to clear notices of alleged copyright infringement. For more information or to file a DMCA request, use this tool. Additionally, the visibility of your Product may be impacted if we believe it potentially infringes on intellectual property rights.

Illegal Activities:

Keep it legal. Don't engage in or promote unlawful activities in your product, such as rape, illegal sex work, or the sale of prescription drugs without a prescription.. We will remove content which promotes, glorifies, or encourages dangerous or illegal activity that may result in physical harm to those involved.


We don't allow content or services that facilitate online gambling, including but not limited to online casinos, sports betting, lotteries, or games of skill that offer prizes of cash or other value.

Regulated Goods and Services

We do not allow the facilitation of the sale of regulated Products or services. Regulated goods include pharmaceuticals, alcohol, tobacco, fireworks, weapons, gambling or health/medical devices.

Malicious Products:

Don't transmit viruses, worms, defects, Trojan horses, malware, or any other products of a destructive nature. We don't allow content that harms or interferes with the operation of the networks, servers, or other infrastructure of Google or any third-parties. Spyware, malicious scripts, and phishing scams are also prohibited in the Chrome Web Store.

Code Readability Requirements:

Developers must not obfuscate code or conceal functionality of their extension. This also applies to any external code or resource fetched by the extension package. Minification is allowed, including the following forms:

  • Removal of whitespace, newlines, code comments, and block delimiters
  • Shortening of variable and function names
  • Collapsing files together
Two Step Verification:

To ensure the security of CWS accounts, Two Step Verification is required for all developer accounts prior to publishing an extension or updating an existing extension. Developers can activate Two Step Verification for their Google Accounts here. More information on Google's Two Step Verification features can be found here.

Additional Requirements for Manifest V3:

Extensions using Manifest V3 must meet additional requirements related to the extension's code. Specifically, the full functionality of an extension must be easily discernible from its submitted code. This means that the logic of how each extension operates should be self contained. The extension may reference and load data and other information sources that are external to the extension, but these external resources must not contain any logic.

Some common violations include:

  • Including a <script> tag that points to a resource that is not within the extension's package

  • Using JavaScript's eval() method or other mechanisms to execute a string fetched from a remote source

  • Building an interpreter to run complex commands fetched from a remote source, even if those commands are fetched as data

Communicating with remote servers for certain purposes is still allowed. For instance,

  • Syncing user account data with a remote server

  • Fetching a remote configuration file for A/B testing or determining enabled features, where all logic for the functionality is contained within the extension package

  • Fetching remote resources that are not used to evaluate logic, such as images

  • Performing server-side operations with data (such as for the purposes of encryption with a private key)

If our reviewers are unable to determine the full functionality of your extension during the review process, we may reject your submission or remove it from the store.

Prohibited Products:

We don't allow products or services that:

  • Facilitate unauthorized access to content on websites, such as circumventing paywalls or login restrictions
  • Encourage, facilitate, or enable the unauthorized access, download, or streaming of copyrighted content or media
  • Mine cryptocurrency

Security Vulnerabilities

If your product is associated with a security vulnerability that could be exploited to compromise another application, service, browser, or system, we may remove your product from the Chrome Web Store and take other measures to protect users. In such an event, you may be contacted about remediation steps required to restore the product.

Deceptive Installation Tactics

Extensions must be marketed responsibly. The set of functionalities promised by the extension must be stated clearly and in a transparent manner. The outcome of any user interaction should match the reasonable expectations that were set with the user. Extensions that use or benefit from deceptive installation tactics will be removed from the Chrome Web Store.

Deceptive installation tactics include:

For more information about this policy, please see the Developer FAQ.

Spam & Placement in the Store

Developers are important partners in maintaining a great user experience in the Chrome Web Store.

Repetitive Content: We don't allow any developer, related developer accounts, or their affiliates to submit multiple extensions that provide duplicate experiences or functionality on the Chrome Web Store. Extensions should provide value to users through the creation of unique content or services.

Keyword Spam: Keyword Spam is the practice of including irrelevant or excessive keywords in an extensions description in an attempt to manipulate its ranking, resulting in a spammy, negative user experience. We don't allow extensions with misleading, improperly formatted, non-descriptive, irrelevant, excessive, or inappropriate metadata, including but not limited to the extension's description, developer name, title, icon, screenshots, and promotional images. Developers should focus on providing a clear and well-written description that uses keywords appropriately and in context.

Some examples of Keyword Spam include:

User Ratings, Reviews, and Installs: Developers must not attempt to manipulate the placement of any extensions in the Chrome Web Store. This includes, but is not limited to, inflating product ratings, reviews, or install counts by illegitimate means, such as fraudulent or incentivized downloads, reviews and ratings.

Functionality: Do not post an extension with a single purpose of installing or launching another app, theme, webpage, or extension. Extensions with broken functionality—such as dead sites or non-functioning features—are not allowed.

Notification Abuse: We do not allow extensions that abuse, or are associated with abuse, of notifications by sending spam, ads, promotions, phishing attempts, or unwanted messages that harm the user's browsing experience.

Message Spam: We don't allow extensions that send messages on behalf of the user without giving the user the ability to confirm the content and intended recipients.

In addition to these requirements, all extensions must comply with Google's Webmaster Quality Guidelines.

For additional information about the spam policy, see the Spam FAQ.

For information about Product ranking, please see these FAQs.

User Data Privacy

You must be transparent in how you handle user data (e.g., information provided by a user or collected about a user or a user's use of the Product or Chrome Browser), including by disclosing the collection, use, and sharing of the data. You must limit your use of the data to the practices you disclosed. This policy establishes the Chrome Web Store's minimum user data privacy requirements; you or your Product must comply with applicable laws.

Data deletion request

You can delete data and request data deletion from our app. You can do this by going to their Facebook profile and clicking the Send Request button on the Settings & Privacy > Settings > Apps and Websites page.

Please see this FAQ.

Personal or Sensitive User Data

Posting a Privacy Policy & Secure Transmission

If your Product handles personal or sensitive user data (including personally identifiable information, financial and payment information, health information, authentication information, website content and resources, form data, web browsing activity, user-provided content and personal communications), then your Product must:

  • Post a privacy policy, and
  • Handle the user data securely, including transmitting it via modern cryptography.
Privacy Policy Requirements

The privacy policy must, together with any in-Product disclosures, comprehensively disclose how your Product collects, uses and shares user data, including the types of parties with whom it's shared. You must make the the policy accessible by providing a link:

  • In the designated field in the Chrome Web Store Developer Dashboard, and
  • In the Product's inline installation page (if applicable).
Prominent Disclosure Requirement

If your Product handles personal or sensitive user data that is not closely related to functionality described prominently in the Product's Chrome Web Store page and user interface, then prior to the collection, it must:

  • Prominently disclose how the user data will be used, and
  • Obtain the user's affirmative consent for such use.
Other Requirements

The following types of personal or sensitive user data are also subject to additional requirements:

Type of User Data Requirement
Financial or Payment Information Don't publicly disclose financial or payment information
Authentication Information Don't publicly disclose authentication information
Web Browsing Activity Collection and use of web browsing activity is prohibited except to the extent required for a user-facing feature described prominently in the Product's Chrome Web Store page and in the Product's user interface.

If your Product uses inline installation pages, then any reference to the Product's Chrome Web Store page also includes its inline installation pages.

Limited Uses of User Data

Upon accessing personal and sensitive user data for a single purpose, your use of the user data obtained must comply with the below requirements. The requirements apply to both the raw data obtained and the data aggregated, anonymized, de-identified, or derived from the raw data. They also apply to scraped content or otherwise automatically gathered user data.

  1. Limit your use of user data to providing or improving your single purpose
  2. Only transfer user data to third parties
    1. If necessary to providing or improving your single purpose;
    2. to comply with applicable laws;
    3. to protect against malware, spam, phishing, or other fraud or abuse; or,
    4. as part of a merger, acquisition or sale of assets of the developer after obtaining explicit prior consent from the user.
  3. Do not allow humans to read user data, unless:
    1. the user's explicit consent to read specific data for example, helping a user re-access the product or a service after having lost their password is obtained;
    2. the data is aggregated and anonymized and used for internal operations in accordance with applicable privacy and other jurisdictional legal requirements;
    3. it's necessary for security purposes (e.g., investigating abuse); or,
    4. to comply with applicable laws.

All other transfers, uses, or sale of user data is completely prohibited, including:

  1. Transferring, using, or selling data for personalized advertisements.
  2. Transferring or selling user data to third parties like advertising platforms, data brokers, or other information resellers.
  3. Transferring, using, or selling user data to determine credit-worthiness or for lending purposes.

An affirmative statement that your use of the data complies with the Limited Use restrictions must be disclosed on a website belonging to your extension; e.g., A link on a homepage to a dedicated page or privacy policy noting: "The use of information received from Google APIs will adhere to the Chrome Web Store User Data Policy, including the Limited Use requirements."

Use of Permissions

Request access to the narrowest permissions necessary to implement your Product's features or services. If more than one permission could be used to implement a feature, you must request those with the least access to data or functionality.

Don't attempt to "future proof" your Product by requesting a permission that might benefit services or features that have not yet been implemented.

Ads in Products

Ads are considered part of your Product for purposes of content review and compliance with developer terms, and therefore must comply with the above content policies. Ads which are inconsistent with the content rating of your products or extension are also in violation of our developer terms.

Ads Context and Attribution:

Ads must be presented in context or clearly state which product they are bundled with. Ads must also be easily removable by either adjusting the settings or uninstalling the product altogether. Ads may not simulate or impersonate system notifications or warnings.

Ad Walls:

Forcing the user to click on ads or submit personal information for advertising purposes in order to fully use an app or extension provides a poor user experience and is prohibited.

Interfering with Third-party Ads and Websites:

Ads associated with your product may not interfere with any ads on a third-party website or application. You may show ads alongside a third-party website only if all of the following criteria are met:

  • This behavior is clearly disclosed to the user.
  • There is clear attribution of the ads' source wherever those ads appear.
  • The ads do not interfere with any native ads or functionality of the website.
  • The ads do not mimic or impersonate the native ads or content on the third-party website, and the ads adhere to the content policy on impersonation and deceptive behavior.
Currently, AdSense may not be used to serve ads in Products, per AdSense policies.

Extensions Quality Guidelines

Single Purpose:

An extension must have a single purpose that is narrow and easy-to-understand. Do not create an extension that requires users to accept bundles of unrelated functionality. If two pieces of functionality are clearly separate, they should be put into two different extensions, and users should have the ability to install and uninstall them separately.

Common violations include:

Please see this FAQ for more information.

API Use:

Extensions must use existing Chrome APIs for their designated use case. Use of any other method, for which an API exists, would be considered a violation. For example, overriding the Chrome New Tab Page through any means other than the URL Overrides API is not permitted.

Chrome Apps Quality Guidelines

To ensure a great user experience, Chrome Apps distributed through the Chrome Web Store must follow the additional quality guidelines listed below. The guidelines in this section apply only to Chrome Apps.

Packaged Apps should:

Packaged and Hosted apps should not:

Accepting Payment from Users

If you collect sensitive personal information through your Product for sales, you must follow these requirements:

Policy Enforcement

Repeat abuse
Serious or repeated violations of the Chrome Web Store Distribution Agreement or these Program Policies will result in the suspension of your developer account, and possibly related developer accounts. Additionally, you may be banned from using the Chrome Web Store. In extreme cases, this may also result in the suspension of related Google services associated with your Google account. Repeated infringement of intellectual property rights, including copyright, will also result in account termination. For more information on Google's copyright policies, please use this tool.
Enforcement Circumvention
Any attempt to circumvent intended limitations or enforcement actions will result in the immediate termination of your developer account, and possibly related developer accounts.
Notifications and Appeals
In the event that your Product is removed from Chrome Web Store, you will receive an email notification to that effect, with further instructions if applicable. Please verify that the associated publisher account with your Product can receive emails from external parties and not get flagged as Spam to ensure that you receive all communications in a timely manner.