Screamer Wiki:Privacy policy

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By using this website, you note that the "Screamer Wiki," "Screamer Forums," and/or "Screamer Wiki Video" collects all IP addresses, email addresses tied to an account, and names linked to an account. None of this info will be given or sold to anyone unless

  1. If the user is making credible threats (ex. serious threats to another user, etc), all information will be passed onto law enforcement.
  2. If the user is posting something that violates United States law or law from the user's country of origin, all information will be passed onto law enforcement.
  3. If we are required to by court order or if a government requires we turn over certain data.

If you get blocked, your IP address may be revealed, though this will not be directly tied to a user.

If you do not have an account, your IP address will be publicly viewable by anybody if you edit or comment (which is standard on MediaWiki websites - Wikipedia, FANDOM, etc). You may request to have this data removed by creating an account and asking an admin to hide those edits. Your data removal may be denied if we are required to keep your data by law.

List of other information collected:

  1. All IP addresses are collected when using this website; they may or may not be linked to a user on the wiki.
  2. The general location of where a person is (nearest big city usually).
  3. We also collect, stats on who is using the website, the web browser used, a hashed IP address, the operating system used, the resolution of your screen, the device you are using, and how you got to the wiki.

This type of info may be released for statistics on the website (however, nothing released will be identifiable to a user)

If you would like to request to view data collected upon you, please contact Lawiki1534.

If you would like to opt-out of tracking, click here. This will not opt you out on IPs tied to a user.