Last modified on June 6th, 2019
1. Gathering Data
- When Authenicating. We utilize OpenID technology and the Steam Web API courtesy of Valve Software for authenication and storing user data.
The storage of said user data is mandatory for the Service to supply accurate and working information and to assure a smooth and functional expierence.
Upon authenticating succesfully with the Steam Web API via OpenID, you are sharing public data from your Steam Account with us that every other Service or
Website with access to the Steam Web API would normally have access to.
- When Playing on our Servers. We log the chat inside of our servers to verify potential abuse reports. Administrators and Server Moderators
can look into this log inside of our custom server panel. Due to this feature on our server panel to improve the efficiency of our Server Moderators we cannot
guarantee that sensitive information inside the chat log is kept private.
- When manually searched for. Administrators and Server Moderators can choose to search you by your unique Account ID (Referred to as "steamID64"
in the Steam Web API) without the requirement of being registered inside of our database. When searched, information which is normally public will be shown to
us and a cache file is created on our web server containing shortcuts to said information. You will not be inserted into our database in any way.
We do not use any scripts or 'click pixels' to track your usage and browsing habits on our website.
2. Storage of Data
- Public data from the Steam Web API. When logging in we are shown public data from your Steam Account. We store pieces of this data in cache
files which are shortcuts to the information the API supplies us, this is information such as:
- User Alias (Referred to as "Personaname" in the Steam Web API)
- Account ID (Referred to as "steamID64" in the Steam Web API)
- IP Address. When logging in a new session is created and stored, this storage also includes your IP Address. We do not do anything
significant with your IP Address and are working on a system that allows you to look in sessions you have on this website. With this said, feel free to browse
us with a VPN.
3. Retrieval and Deletion of Data
- You can make use of the provided GDPR self-service tool to delete your account if you wish to do so. To request a copy of your data, please email [email protected][this domain]. You
may be asked to provide proof of ownership of the account in question.
- We reserve the right to refuse deletion requests as per our Terms of Service if we believe the account deletion process is being misused for malicious intent
as defined in Section 1 of our Terms of Service. Subsequently, we hold the right to refuse deletion requests for data which is necessary for site
for example disciplinary data or moderator notes relating to your account.
- Abuse of data retrieval and/or deletion functionality will lead to us disabling functionality and/or refusing subsequent requests in regards to the requested account.