Arcade's privacy and storage settings
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We store Arcade data in Firebase/Google Cloud (GCP). Images captured during recording are stored in GCP storage buckets, and videos are stored in a third party service called Mux.
Analytics data is captured using our tracker (unless creators opt-out) and is eventually stored in an AWS RDS database.
Yes. There's a toggle for this on the
Privacypage where you'll be able to disable tracking. You can read more about other steps towards GDPR requirements here. You can also disable IP tracking on Arcades.
Arcades are private by nature. If you publish your Arcade, it will only be visible to people who have the unique link, similar to an unlisted YouTube video or a Loom video. (That said, if someone can guess the randomized string of letters and numbers generated for each Arcade, they could watch it. That's a very unlikely scenario.)
If you embed your Arcade on another site, it will be visible to anyone who visits that site.
Published Arcades are indexed by search crawlers. To disable this, navigate to the