I collect the following information:
This allows me to test bugfixes and make informed decisions about how to improve the game. Game input is never transferred to third parties in a personally identifiable form, other than to hosting providers as part of providing the service.
For the purposes of this policy, I don't consider your IP address to be personally identifying information.
Advertisments on Fleshcult are not endorsements of a product or service. It might be total shit for all I know.
I don't collect e-mail addresses anymore, but if you've signed up with an e-mail address previously, this is now stored as a hash. This allows you to keep using an old account, but makes it difficult for anybody to get the actual e-mail address back again. If you signed up for the newsletter in addition, I made a copy of that mailing list and am storing it offline in case I want to send out an announcement. I won't be storing game data (which implies sexuality) and email addresses in the same database.
I may transfer your e-mail address to an e-mail service company for the purpose of delivering e-mail to you, but apart from that, your e-mail address will not be transferred to third parties.
This document is subject to minor edits without notice. Your continued usage of the site after a change takes place will constitute your acceptance of that change.
No security is impenetrable, but I will take reasonable steps to protect your information. Your password will be hashed, salted and key-stretched.
If you have any questions or need to report a privacy or security problem, e-mail me at: jack at (the game name) dot com.
If Fleshcult is ever sold or merged, your information will be transferred to the new owners and their use of it will remain subject to the terms of this policy.-- Jack Oekaki