Inside Mac Games respects your personal privacy. This policy covers the following topics:
- Which information is collected by Inside Mac Games
- How your information is used
- How and why cookies are used
Information Collection & Use
Personal information is collected when you register for services on the Inside Mac Games website, such as our Forum, the Inside Mac Games Pro subscriber service, and MacGameStore.com. This information is never sold or shared with anyone, under any circumstances. This information is used only by Inside Mac Games, e.g. to identify you as a member of a service we offer, or to send you information by email (such as store receipts and new account information). You are not required to enter any personal information into your Forum profile, other than your email address.
When you enter a giveaway on Inside Mac Games, you are required to fill out a form that asks for personal information. This form requires only your full name, your contact information (so we can let you know if you've won, and ship your prize to you), and information about your computer. There are other questions on the form, but they are not required. Some of the information we collect in our giveaways is used to determine our demographics. This information is shared with advertisers to give them an idea what kind of audience they're reaching, but under no circumstances do we share any personal information with anyone. Inside Mac Games never provides names or contact information to other companies.
All information entered at Macgamestore.com is strictly confidential. The MacGameStore.com uses 128-bit encryption (via SSL v.3) for the secure transmission of your private information, and is certified by Comodo.
While you use the Inside Mac Games website, your IP address and information about your web browser is recorded. This information is used for website statistics, browser and network compatibility, and security.
A "cookie" is a small amount of information stored on your computer by a website you visit. Cookies can contain personal information, and can be retrieved by the website that stored it on your computer. A cookie cannot be retrieved by a website other than the one that created it.