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 Steam Spy no longer able to operate - briefly
(hx) 05:49 PM EDT - Apr,13 2018
Steam Spy, one of the most-used analytics tools for Steam, created in 2015 by Sergey Galyonkin, will no longer be able to operate in part because of Steam’s new privacy settings. Galyonkin tweeted about the conundrum he found himself in, addressing Steam’s new policies, which now make users’ game libraries private by default. Steam Spy operates via the ability to scan through millions of public game libraries and extrapolate information used to provide analysis reports on game sales and user data. Now that game libraries are private by default, Steam Spy won’t be able to operate. Steam Spy is used by developers and journalists as a way of tracking interest in a game, player demographics and even potential review bombings. Steam’s blog post further expands on the new privacy settings. Users will be able to make their total game play time completely private, as well as who can access their profile’s game details. Part of the blog post highlighting these features can be read below:
You can now select who can view your profile’s “game details”; which includes the list of games you have purchased or wishlisted, along with achievements and playtime. This setting also controls whether you’re seen as “in-game” and the title of the game you are playing.

Additionally, regardless of which setting you choose for your profile’s game details, you now have the option to keep your total game playtime private. You no longer need to nervously laugh it off as a bug when your friends notice the 4,000+ hours you’ve put into Ricochet.

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Csimbi(03:56 AM EDT - Apr,14 2018 )
A welcome change!

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