What is the rate limit of the private news feed of any user?

https://github.com/gautamajay52.private.atom?token=

We have this type of url below our dashboard. I want to do something with this. What is the limit of getting the data from that url to scrap some important data.

Will I be getting banned due to over limit??

@gautamajay52 , Please refer the following article to read more information about the rate limiting. Hope this helps!

Resources in the REST API - GitHub Docs

For API requests using Basic Authentication or OAuth, you can make up to 5,000 requests per hour. Authenticated requests are associated with the authenticated user, regardless of whether Basic Authentication or an OAuth token was used. This means that all OAuth applications authorized by a user share the same quota of 5,000 requests per hour when they authenticate with different tokens owned by the same user.

For users that belong to a GitHub Enterprise Cloud account, requests made using an OAuth token to resources owned by the same GitHub Enterprise Cloud account have an increased limit of 15,000 requests per hour.

When using the built-in GITHUB_TOKEN in GitHub Actions, the rate limit is 1,000 requests per hour per repository. For organizations that belong to a GitHub Enterprise Cloud account, this limit is 15,000 requests per hour per repository.

For unauthenticated requests, the rate limit allows for up to 60 requests per hour. Unauthenticated requests are associated with the originating IP address, and not the user making requests.