Information that the server collects from visitors :
The server hosting PCGPedia.com collects information from visitors similar to other servers that host websites on the Internet. The information the server collects may be used to enhance user experience :
For example, if someone discovered one of this website’s web pages from a search engine, a notice might be displayed to help the user find what he/she is looking for.
A list of the information our server collects can be viewed below :
- Internet Protocol address (IP address for short)
- Geographical location
- Referral source
- Operating System
- Web Browser type and version
- The length of a visit, page views, navigation, and any other related browsing activities.
We may also share some of this information with our advertisers and partners :
For example, how much traffic the website received last month, how many page views did the website get in another month, etc.
We allow visitors to contact us via email to ask questions and we also give them the choice of subscribing to our newsletter by submitting an email. When you subscribe to our newsletter, we send out email alerts of giveaways we host (such as free PC games, etc).
We will never sell or share email addressed used to contact us or subscribe to our newsletter.
If you are under 13 years of age, you should get parental supervision before submitting anything to this website.
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