All of YouTube's public data is accessible on VideoAmigo, and in a way that we believe is more insightful than what you get through YouTube analytics. We don't sell your public information nor make money from your already free and accessible YouTube information. It's similar — and we believe superior — to the information you'd find about your channel on other social media stat platforms.  

Stated another way: to be removed from the VideoAmigo database (and all of the other stat platforms that use the YouTube API), the channel owner must remove or make private the channel(s) from YouTube itself.                                    

VideoAmigo complies with the YouTube API Terms of Services agreement at all times when accessing or using the YouTube API Services. Please refer to the YouTube API Terms for more information.                                    

Your privacy is very important to us. Review the VideoAmigo Privacy Policy for additional details.              

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