This policy is effective as of 2022-07-04
What this policy covers
- When we refer to “Medieval Engineers: Community Edition”, “ME: CE”, “ME: CE team”, “we,” or “us” in this policy, we mean the group of community members developing Medieval Engineers: Community Edition.
- When we refer to “Medieval Engineers: Community Edition websites”, “ME: CE websites”, or “our websites” we are referring to this site (https://communityedition.medievalengineers.com), its sub-sites (including the bug tracker), and the Medieval Engineers Wiki (https://medievalengineerswiki.com/).
- When we refer to “Medieval Engineers: Community Edition branch” or “ME: CE branch” we are referring to the Medieval Engineers: Community Edition branch of the official Medieval Engineers game.
- When we refer to “Keen Software House” or “Keen” in this policy, we mean Keen Software House a.s. Group including all subsidiaries.
Information we receive
Your public contributions
When you make a public contribution on any ME: CE site you are creating a permanent record of every piece of content added, removed, or modified by you. Your exact change may show up in history along with your user name.
Your private bug reports
When you make a private bug report or post a private comment on the ME: CE bug tracker you are creating a permanent record accessible to any member of the ME: CE team.
When you register an account with any ME: CE site we receive, via Steam, your Steam ID, Steam Display Name, and Steam Short Name. This information is used to uniquely identify your contributions to ME: CE websites. We do not receive your Steam password or any Steam two factor authentication information.
Your browser may automatically send information about your operating system version, browser version, referring website, and IP address. The web server will also receive your IP address and the accessed web page. This information is used when provided to deliver device-specific website layouts, is stored for up to one day for debugging purposes, and is aggregated to monitor website performance.
Information we share
For legal reasons
In exceptional circumstances we may share information about you to a third party if we believe that sharing is reasonably necessary to comply with any applicable law.
Your public contributions
The majority of information you contribute to any ME: CE website is public and accessible to anyone unless specifically marked as private. In the bug tracker you have the option of creating private comments and bug reports, but the Wiki has no support for non-public contributions.
In the event of a transfer
We store and process your data in the EU, and we use technical measures to protect our system from unauthorized access. Unfortunately, there's no such thing as perfect security, so we can't guarantee that our security will not be breached. You should never have to maintain a separate set of credentials for a ME: CE website due to all authorization being done through Steam.
If you would like to request access to or removal of your personal information you may contact us. Please note that you may be able to exercise some of these rights without our interference by your user account page or searching for content modified by you.
Your information is controlled by the Medieval Engineers: Community Edition team. If you have questions or concerns about how your information is handled, please direct your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.