DBase may change any of the terms and conditions in this Agreement at any time for any reason. A notice of material change will be posted on DBase’s website, and you are responsible for reviewing the changes. If you do not agree with them, do not continue to use DBase’s website and refrain from using our data.
DBase does not provide any guarantee or warranty of the accuracy of any data. By using DBase, you are certifying that you are over 13 years of age and have your legal guardian’s permission.
The data DBase provides is public information. It is gathered by DBase’s proprietary software from 3rd party sources. The data is then collated, organized, manipulated, and displayed.
Sharing DBase’s data, including screen shots or images of DBase’s website, is allowed providing you credit DBase as the source of said data and/or images. The acceptable way to do this is to provide a link back to the source of the data, and clearly state in text that DBase provides the data. This includes sharing our data on Social Media websites, on blogs, and in any sort of publication.
Data that is shared from DBase on YouTube videos should include a link in the description, and a verbal or written acknowledgement of DBase as the source of the data in the video itself.
Mass copying data from DBase’s website (to include botting, crawling, scraping, etc.) is not allowed and may result in you being blocked from DBase’s website and data.
It is DBase’s policy to not delete data on our website. All the data on our website is gathered from public sources, and DBase will continue to display said data. If you want us to stop displaying the statistics of your channel/account from a third party (e.g. YouTube), you will have to adjust your privacy settings on said third party website. Again just to reinstate, the data shown on DBase is the same public data anyone could get by visiting your profile on various social media sites and writing it down. We do not display private data. If we were to delete or change any of the data shown it would ruin our journalstic/encylopedic integrity. If you want a private social media profile simply mark it as private on that site and we won't collect its public data, otherwise we will.
In order to keep statistical data updated, DBase utilizes API services of third parties including but not limited to Facebook and YouTube. Unless specific access is asked for at time of use (i.e. to validate your identity), we are only gathering publicly available data from each of the API services, not anything private about your account. When private data is granted it isn't being stored, it is just being used to verify various things such as how many views you received in the last month to see if you qualify of for services.