Updated: 21 March 2014
When you register on one of our websites or buy one of our games, you will be asked to provide some information about yourself. You may also provide information about yourself when you use other parts of our website or games or when you contact us. It is possible that you could be identified personally from this information.
Please note that we never store information about your credit or debit card ourselves. All such information is handled entirely by our third party payment providers.
When you use our website, we collect data about your visit. This includes traffic data, location data and communication data. We also use internet cookies to collect information (like statistics) about your visit. An internet cookie is a small file which is placed on the device you use to access our website. When you stop surfing the internet and close your internet browser, the cookie will usually expire but sometimes it doesn't and those cookies help us know when you come back – and help you get going from the same point you left (or thereabouts).
If you do not want us to place any cookies on your computer or other device, please change your browser settings so that your browser rejects cookies. You should be aware that, if you do this, some parts of our website may not work properly. If you keep using our website without changing your browser settings, we will take this as your consent to us using cookies.
WHAT DO WE DO WITH YOUR DATA
We might use your data to send you information about our games, or to inform you using our websites. We might also use your data if we have to tell you about changes to our products or services, or if we have to let you know about things affecting our games, we might also get in touch with you.
The information we gather from cookies enables us to estimate the size of our community, to learn about how our community uses our website and games, to make the websites customizable and to remember you when you return to our website. This information enables us to understand how to improve our website and our games.
We might provide your data to companies that we work with (such as payment providers like FastSpring or PayPal). Generally, we won't provide your data to unrelated third parties but we might have to in some circumstances. For example, we might disclose your data in order to comply with a law or regulation, in order to protect our games, or if we get taken over.
You have the right to know about the information which we hold about you. If you want to know what information we are holding, you should get in touch with us. If the information we hold about you is wrong, insufficient or irrelevant, then you have the right to make sure that it gets corrected or removed.
The transmission of data on the internet is not totally secure. We will always do what we think is best to protect your personal data, but we cannot guarantee that the data you send us is totally safe. Although we use strict procedures and security to protect your data, the possibility that someone could get unauthorized access to your data cannot be ruled out.
In future, we might make it possible for you to post information on our website, for example, we might run a forum. If you choose to post information on our website, you should think very carefully beforehand. The information you post would be made public and could be used by other people.