What does using the Google Hosted Libraries mean for the privacy of my users?
The Google Hosted Libraries are designed to limit the collection, storage, and use of end-user data to what is needed to serve our hosted libraries efficiently.
- Google Hosted Libraries uses resource-specific domains, so that requests for hosted libraries are separate from requests made when using other Google services. Requests to these resource-specific domains are unauthenticated.
- Google Hosted Libraries supports and recommends using encryption via HTTPS.