We will not sell your email address to anyone.
We may send you email concerning the service or your account at any time.
We may provide information concerning your account and your use of the service to third parties, at our sole discretion, if:
It is requested by law enforcement authorities and, in our opinion, the request is reasonable. 
We believe that it is in your interest for us to provide such information.
It is necessary in order to keep the service running, or to diagnose or fix problems with the service or another network.
If you discontinue your account (or if it is terminated for any reason), some or all of your data will likely remain archived in our system backups, and some or all of your data may remain active in production, staging, or development databases and other storage media.
It is possible that at some point an Event will occur that causes the current ChannelMeter founders to be supplanted as policy makers. Examples of such an Event include but are not limited to: the acquisition of ChannelMeter, the departure of one founder, or ChannelMeter taking signficant investment money. In such a case, once the Event is finalized:
The Event will be advertised publicly.
With the exception of the case listed immediately above, ChannelMeter may change these privacy conditions at any time. We will make one attempt to notify you when a substantive change occurs. You will have 14 days from the date of the change to review the new form of this document and, if you object to it, to cancel your account. Continuation of your account after the 14 day review period will constitute acceptance of the new terms.
1) As a general rule, we will not provide information without a search warrant, subpoena, or similar document. We reserve the right to apply our own judgement, however; we aren't interested in protecting hate criminals, spammers, or child pornographers. To be honest, we don't expect this point to ever come up; YouTube stats data is not exactly state secrets, but we are thinking ahead to future services that we plan to provide and trying to anticipate potential issues.
2) An example of a case where we might give out your information would be if we were contacted by a reputable law firm acting as executor for a will of which you were a beneficiary. More likely, however, we would simply send you an email with their contact information and let you take it from there.
3) One of the features on the ChannelMeter roadmap is an API so people can pull our data and build their own apps with it. The problem with APIs is that, sooner or later, someone accidentally lets their polling script go berserk and swamp the network with requests. If we get a ping from our ISP about too much network traffic, we want to be able to say "It's not us, it's that guy over there; go contact him."