Privacy Policy

1. Information We Collect From You

Data can be collected and processed when our website is in operation by you and/or when you use our products from within a Second Life ® region. The following are approved methods of collection:

1.1) If you use a product from within a region in Second Life ®, your Unique User ID and your User Name from Second Life ® may be recorded.

1.2) Traffic data, weblogs, location data, and any other communication can be collected. These details come from your visit to our site and any resource tools you use while on the site.

1.3) Any communication to website personnel which allows us to collect information.

2. Use Of Your Information

Information stored and collected about you allows us to improve our services or products for you. Added to this parameter, we may use your information for the following purposes:

2.1 To display your name and/or game scores to other website users.

2.2 Identifiable data, which could be used to disclose who you are, is never shared.

3. Storing Your Personal Data

3.1 Transmission of data on the internet can never be ultimately secure. We do not and cannot guarantee security of information collected electronically or transmitted; however, we take all necessary steps to encrypt your data and provide the best security available.

As a result of our inability to guarantee safety, you are submitting information to us at your own risk. Where needed, a password may be necessary to access areas of our site. You are responsible for the safety and confidentiality of the password you generate.

4. Disclosing Your Information

4.1 Your information will never be sold, passed on or otherwise shared by us with a third party.

5. Third Party Links

Links might be discovered on our site which belongs to third parties. Any third party website on our site has their own privacy policy. You should check their terms. We do not accept liability or responsibility for their privacy policies due to our lack of control over these third party links.

5. Access To Information

The Data Protection Act 1998 was established to govern online electronic communications. The act, by law entitles you access to any data we have about you. To gain access to this information a small fee is needed to cover postal costs. This fee allows us to process your request by covering our own costs.