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Privacy & Data Protection
We do care about protection of privacy and data related to our visitors and players - this section thus explains which information is being stored and how we use them.

a) Website
Every access to (parts of) this web presence is being stored in log files, which includes the opened URL, date and time of the event, IP address of the visitor as well as more optional data provided by the browser in use. These are common logs created by the web server software - Apache in our case. The contents of these logs can not be used to trace any specific individual. After a certain storage time as required by law, these logs are being deleted. Third party has no access to these log files or their contents.

b) Ingame
In order to provide optimum playing experience, we preemptively look for errors. This means there may be certain logging mechanisms active (concerning chats, IP addresses, ingame actions and in general timestamps) on our Minecraft servers that are essential in detecting errors and finding solutions to correct them as fast as possible, which also means that we are usually able to provide answers right away. Depending on their technical usefulness and depending on possible law requirements, some of these logs may be deleted after a few days while others might be stored upto a year (or more, if law actually requires us to). Third party has no access to these log files or their contents.

c) Global Bans
Each Minecraft account is being represented by a publicly accessible, non-confidential UUID. If a player has unlocked himself on our server, thus accepting our rules and afterwards manages to violate our rules in such a way that he receives an "MCBans Global Ban", ban-related data of the banned account will be transmitted to the centralized banning portal www.mcbans.com, including the UUID, the ban reason and appropriate evidence. These details can be seen publicly afterwards. Strictly speaking, no individual-related data is being transmitted in this process, because Minecraft accounts can not be put on a level with those who use it - accounts might be given to other individuals, and some accounts might be used by multiple individuals. This means, the MCBans website does not warn against individuals, but against accounts through which server rules had been violated.

Regarding personal data stored on our server, users and players have a general right of being forgotten - this includes any individual-related details, but not account-related details (account UUID, UUID-specific rule violations and their according consequences, etc.). In order exercise this right, the desire as well as undoubted identification of the individual needs to be sent to us via e-mail or postally.

Every user or player also has a fundamental right of disclosure regarding any data about him/her which is stored on our server. To make use of this right, the desire to do so - including specific questions, if any - as well as undoubted identification of the individual needs to be sent to us via e-mail or postally.