Effective Date: July 14, 2014
1. What Information is Collected?
Playmation does not collect, maintain or store personally identifiable information, such as names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses or financial information when you access, download or utilize our Services.
If you sign up to be a subscriber to our newsletter, we will collect and use the email address provided for the sole purpose of communicating information and updates regarding our Services. If you do not wish to receive these communications, you may notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org at any time. Opting out of these communications does not preclude you from using the Services.
Playmation may use “cookie” technology to gather information on Internet use in order to serve you more effectively. Usage of cookies is in no way linked to personally identifiable information. You can set your browser to remove or reject cookies; you do not need to accept cookies to use the Services.
Playmation may also exercise its option to utilize Google Analytics for Display Advertisers™, which will allow Playmation to enable additional features, such as Remarketing with Google Analytics.™ If enabled, Google Analytics™ will additionally collect data about Palmation’s traffic via Google advertising cookies and anonymous identifiers. This information can then be used by Playmation to send ad content to people who have already been to our website or mobile application that is specially targeted to the interests they expressed during those previous sessions.
Users can opt-out of Google Analytics™ Advertising Features by changing your preferences through Ad Settings, Ad Settings for Mobile Applications or by installing Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on.
2. How Is Collected Information Used?
Playmation does not sell or rent information to third parties.
3. What Practices Are In Place to Protect Children Under 13?
Playmation recognizes that its mobile gaming applications may be accessed and utilized by children under 13. We take special precautions to protect the privacy of children under 13.
- Our policy is to prohibit any child under the age of 13 from subscribing to our newsletter to ensure that we do not collect an email address from anyone under the age of 13.
- To access, download or utilize our Services, Playmation does not collect personally identifiable information from any person, including children.
- Playmation does not condition a child’s participation on its mobile gaming application on the disclosure of more personal information than is reasonably necessary to participate in any activity related to its Services.
- Parents can ask us to update or delete their children’s information at any time. To request removal, email us at email@example.com. Upon proper identification, a parent or legal guardian may review the personal information collected, update their child’s contact details, request that information be deleted, or refuse to allow further collection or use any collected data. Please note, however, that if you ask us to delete your child’s information, their account may be terminated and your child will not be able to utilize any Services.
4. What is Playmation’s Security Policy?
We have implemented reasonable administrative, technical and physical security measures to protect your personal information against unauthorized access, destruction or alteration. However, Users should be advised that no method of transmission over the Internet and no method of storing electronic information can ever by 100% secure.
5. What About Third Party Data Collection?
In addition, Playmation’s blog is hosted by wordpress.org (hereinafter referred to as “wordpress”). Playmation does not control the data collection or privacy practices of wordpress, which are administered in accordance with its own privacy practices.
6. How Does Playmation Respond to “Do Not Track” Signals?
“Do Not Track” is a feature enabled on some browsers that sends a signal to request that a web application disable its tracking or cross-site user tracking. At present, Playmation does not respond to or alter its practices when a Do Not Track signal is received.