September 24, 2004
YOU ARE UNDER 18, PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THIS POLICY WITH YOUR PARENTS
AND ASK QUESTIONS ABOUT THINGS YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND. CHILDREN UNDER
13 SHOULD GET YOUR PARENT'S PERMISSION BEFORE GIVING OUT YOUR EMAIL
ADDRESS OR ANY PERSONAL INFORMATION TO THIRD DAY GAMES OR TO ANYONE
ELSE ON THE INTERNET.
Day Games is committed to protecting your family's online privacy.
Since our target audience is children below the age of 13 and their
parents, we strictly adhere to the Children's Online Privacy Protection
Act of 1998 in each of our websites and games. We do not collect
and store ANY personal information online from children under the
age of 13.
review the information below to familiarize yourself with our policies
on website privacy. Note that this site and the servers that make
this site available are located in the U.S. By using this site you
agree to the transfer, collection, processing and use of data by
Policy from time to time. When this happens we will notify you of
the new policy by posting it on our websites. At no time will we
make any change that is not fully compliant with the Children's
Online Privacy Protection Act of 1998.
Day Games, Inc.
3077B Leeman Ferry Road
Huntsville, AL 35801
Does Third Day Games Collect Any Personal
Information About Me If I'm Over 18 or My Child Who Is 13 or Over?
Third Day Games does not require anyone to share any personal information
about themselves in order to access or use any of our websites or
to play any of our games. Anyone can visit any of our sites without
any need to register. Third Day Games does collect the e-mail address
of persons over the age of 13 who sign-up for one of our newsletters.
Third Day Games Collect Any Personal Information About My Child
We do not collect any personal information online from children
Third Day Games Collect E-Mail Addresses?
Except as noted below, Third Day Games does not collect and store
the e-mail address of anyone using either our websites or our games.
The Faith Explorer game does allow a game user to create a list
of e-mail addresses (a Buddy List) and to send a game challenge
to persons on this list via e-mail. In this Challenge-A-Friend process
the game collects the user's e-mail address and the e-mail addresses
of those persons the user wishes to challenge. These e-mail addresses
are stored on the user's computer. They are not collected and stored
by Third Day Games on our servers or in our databases.
Day Games does collect the e-mail address of persons over the age
of 13 who sign-up for one of our newsletters, so that we may e-mail
the newsletter to them. We do not share any of these e-mail addresses
with any third party.
A "cookie" is a small file containing non-personal information
that we save on your computer's hard drive. When you visit one of
us measure usage of our websites and our games. For example, we
has been played each week so that we may provide this information
to each church that has purchased the game for its children's ministry.
Our cookies do not contain any information that is connected to
any personally identifiable or online contact information like a
name, address, or IP address, so you and your family remain anonymous.
Third Day Games Ever Collect Information without Consent?
Third Day Games does not collect information passively through cookies
or other tracking mechanisms except in the circumstances described
personally identifiable or online contact information about you
or your family off of your computer. Cookies are also not used to
collect information specifically about you or your family for sharing
with third parties.
Use of this site signifies your acceptance of the Terms
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