PRIVACY POLICY

Deadmonton ("Deadmonton," "we," "us," or "our") takes the private nature of your information very seriously. This policy regarding our privacy practices (the "Privacy Policy") describes how we treat the information we collect when you visit and use Deadmonton.com and ProjectDeadmonton.com (the "Sites") and/or Deadmonton's other domains, products, advertising products, services, and/or content, including our iOS, Android, and Windows Phone mobile applications (collectively with the Sites, the "Services"). When you use the Services, you also consent to the collection, transfer, manipulation, storage, disclosure and other uses of your information as described in this Privacy Policy; please read it carefully.

 

What This Privacy Policy Covers

This Privacy Policy covers our treatment of information gathered when you are using or accessing the Services. This Privacy Policy also covers our treatment of any information about you that our partners share with us or that we share with our partners.

This Privacy Policy does not apply to the practices of third parties that we do not own, control, or manage, including but not limited to any third party websites, services, applications, or businesses (“Third Party Services”). While we try to work only with those Third Party Services that share our respect for your privacy, we don't take responsibility for the content or privacy policies of those Third Party Services. We encourage you to carefully review the privacy policies of all Third Party Services you access.

Email Communications with Us:

As part of the Services, you may occasionally receive email and other communications from us. Administrative communications relating to your forum Account (e.g., for purposes of forum Account recovery or password reset) are considered part of the Services and your forum Account, which you may not be able to opt-out from receiving. We also may send you other kinds of emails, which you can opt-out of either from your Account Settings page or by using the “Opt-Out” link in the emails themselves. Note that we will never email you to ask for your forum password or other forum Account Information.

Information Related to Use of the Services:

We collect information about how people use the Services. This type of information may be collected in our log files each time you interact with (i.e., make a request to) the Services. We use internal tools (from Deadmonton) and third party applications and services (like Google Analytics) to collect and analyze this information. Some of this information may also be associated with the Internet Protocol Address (“IP Address”) used to access the Services; some may be connected with your forum Account; and some may only be collected and used in aggregate form (as a statistical measure that wouldn’t identify you or your Account). We also collect your IP Address when you make a forum post. We may use this information about how you and others interact with the Services for a number of things generally related to enhancing, improving, protecting, and developing new Services, including but not limited to: providing users with personalized content; providing users with targeted advertising; improving our search results; identifying trending or popular content; fighting spam, malware, identity theft and generally keeping our users and community safe... or as safe as you can be while in the midst of a zombie apocalypse; and for legal and safety reasons as set forth in “Information Disclosed for Our Protection and the Protection of Others.”

Information Related to Your Web Browser:

We automatically receive and record information from your web browser when you interact with the Services, such as your browser type and version, what sort of device you are using, your operating system and version, your language preference, the website or service that referred you to the Services, the date and time of each request you make to the Services, your screen display information, and information from any cookies we have placed on your web browser (as described below). We use web browser-related information to enhance and improve the Services.

Location Information:

In some cases we collect and store information about where you are located, such as by converting your IP Address into a rough geolocation. We may use location information to improve and personalize the Services for you, for example by showing you the zombie count in your relative area.

Information Collected Using Cookies and Web Tags:

Cookies are text files that may be sent to and saved by your web browser when you access a website; your web browser stores these cookies in a way associated with each website you visit, and you can generally see your cookies through your browser settings, depending on what browser you’re using. A web tag is code or a pixel embedded in a web page, or email, that allows Deadmonton or a third party to see what pages you have looked at. We use cookies and web tags to enable our servers to recognize your web browser and tell us how and when you use the Services, as described above in “Information Related to Use of the Services.” Our cookies do not, by themselves, contain information that personally identifies you, and we don't combine the general information collected through cookies with other such information to tell us who you are. However, we do use cookies to identify that you have logged in on the forums, and that your web browser has accessed the Services, and we may associate that information with your forum Account if you have one. We may also store unique or near-unique identifiers that we associate with your forum Account in our cookies. This information, in turn, is sometimes used as described above in “Information Related to Use of the Services.” Most web browsers have an option for turning off the cookie feature, which will prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, as well as (depending on the sophistication of your web browser) allowing you to decide on acceptance of each new cookie in a variety of ways. If you disable cookies, you won't be able to log into your forum Account, and so won’t be able to post there; as such, we don't recommend disabling your cookies when using the forum Services if intending to post. Some services that we use (including Third Party Services), such as Google Analytics, use web tags and may also place their own cookies on your browser. Note that, unless otherwise disclosed, this Privacy Policy covers our use of cookies only and does not cover the use of cookies by third parties.

 

With Whom Your Information Is Shared

We never share information we receive from you unless: (a) we have your permission to share that information; (b) we have given you prior notice that the information will be shared, and with whom (such as in this Privacy Policy); or (c) that information is aggregate information or other information that does not identify you.

Information Disclosed for Our Protection and the Protection of Others:

Information Shared with Other Third Parties:

We may share or disclose non-private information, Aggregate Information, or other non-personally identifying information with people and entities that we do business with.

 

The Security of Your Information

Your forum Account Information is protected by a password for your privacy and security. We may enable additional security features in the future, like multi-factor authentication. You need to prevent unauthorized access to your forum Account and information by creating a unique, secure, and protected password and limiting access to your computer and browser by signing off after you have finished accessing your forum Account on the Services.

We seek to protect your information (including your forum Account Information) to ensure that it is kept private; however, we can't guarantee the security of any information. Unauthorized entry or use, hardware or software failure, and other factors may compromise the security of user information at any time.

 

What Information You Can Access

If you are a registered forum user, you can access most information associated with your forum Account by logging into the Services and checking your forum Account Settings page. Registered and unregistered forum users can access and delete cookies through their web browser settings.

 

How to Delete Your Forum Account & What Happens When You Do

If you want to delete your forum Account, you can do so from your Account Settings page. Deleting your forum Account may not fully remove the content you have posted from our systems, as caching of, backups of, copies of, or references to your forum Account Information may not be immediately removed. In addition, given the nature of sharing on the Services, some of the public activity on your forum Account prior to deletion (such as responses of and posts) may remain stored on our servers and accessible to the public.

 

Changes to This Privacy Policy

Link to Prior Versions

Email Communications with Us:

You will find links to prior versions of our Privacy Policy below, which will allow you to compare historical versions and see which terms have been updated. So far, no prior versions have been published.

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