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|Friday, 04 September 2009 04:29|
2.Children's privacy practices of Evony
The provision of Evony Products to anyone under 18 years of age is not conditioned on the collection of more personal information than is reasonably necessary for participation. If we become aware that we hold or have inadvertently disclosed any personally identifiable information for any player aged under 13, it will be retroactively deleted from our system to ensure the protection of the child's privacy.
3. Collection of information
Generally, you can access our Internet without disclosing any personal information to us. It is always your choice whether or not to provide us with your personal information. We collect your information to be able to fulfill the user requirements. In addition to monitoring compliance with the terms and rules this includes, in particular, the proper handling of your payment arrangements.
4. Use of your personal information
We use your personal data in order to constantly improve our range of services to satisfy the user's needs. Evony uses your personal information for the establishment, processing and settlement of your user relationship with Evony and the processing of payments. Furthermore, we use your information in order to communicate with you. This includes that we, as the case may be, inform you about novelties of our services via e-mail. We use your personal information in order to inform you about products, services or certain events which could be of interest to you on a regular basis. You will be informed as part of this communication that you may cancel the subscription at any time. Finally, we use your information in order to protect our web pages and trace unauthorized accesses.
5. Transmission of personal information
6. Security of your personal information
We process the information collected from you according to United States data protection law. All employees are obliged and have been advised to maintain data confidentiality and privacy obligations.
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