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Translation of Stable Readme (latest release): Spanish (Spain)

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The way OAuth2 works with your Google Analytics account, it wouldn't be possible for us to access your Google Analytics data even if we wanted to (which we don't). If you utilize the default Google Analytics API project credentials, the system will ask you for permission to access your data. Google will then issue a one-time use code that is exchanged for OAuth2 credentials that are used when making Google Analytics API calls. <strong>The code is one-time use</strong> (meaning if someone intercepted it and redeemed it for credentials, you wouldn't be able to yourself). After your site redeems the code, it's no longer valid. The resulting credentials are stored inside your installation and are never sent anywhere. That being said, if you are still worried about the security of your Google Analytics data, you are able to utilize your own Google Analytics API project credentials (it's just a little more work for you to set up that Google API project - the only API type that you need to enable under that project is the Google Analytics API). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The way OAuth2 works with your Google Analytics account, it wouldn't be possible for us to access your Google Analytics data even if we wanted to (which we don't). If you utilize the default Google Analytics API project credentials, the system will ask you for permission to access your data. Google will then issue a one-time use code that is exchanged for OAuth2 credentials that are used when making Google Analytics API calls. <strong>The code is one-time use</strong> (meaning if someone intercepted it and redeemed it for credentials, you wouldn't be able to yourself). After your site redeems the code, it's no longer valid. The resulting credentials are stored inside your installation and are never sent anywhere. That being said, if you are still worried about the security of your Google Analytics data, you are able to utilize your own Google Analytics API project credentials (it's just a little more work for you to set up that Google API project - the only API type that you need to enable under that project is the Google Analytics API).
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Found in faq paragraph.

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