This website collects basic, non-personally-identifiable information about your user account; the majority of this information is provided during registration, such as email addresses and usernames. In addition, IP addresses for registered users are stored within the system to aid with moderation duties, such as spam prevention and detecting alternative accounts.
We may also collect, process, and store information related to your Minecraft user account to facilitate interaction with our Minecraft game server and plugins. This information may include, but is not limited to, usernames, universally unique identifiers (UUIDs), IP addresses, gameplay statistics (such as blocks broken, mobs killed, and distance traveled), chat history, and server voting records.
Website accounts and game server profiles can be deleted by a site administrator upon request.
We do not disclose personally-identifiable data, email addresses, or passwords to third-parties.
We do release data related to website, gameplay, and server voting statistics. For example, we may display leaderboards containing the names of users with the most forum posts, along with the number of forum posts for each user. We may also release aggregated statistics; for example, we may publish an article presenting the number and type of blocks mined by our players.
If you have questions regarding our collection, storage, and use of your data, please contact a server administrator.