The L2-naia.com is committed to protecting the online privacy of visitors to our virtual environments. This Policy applies to the website and online services provided by L2-naia.com. The purpose of this Policy is to inform you about the types of information we collect about you during your visit to our environments.
By accessing and using the L2-naia.com website, your use indicates your agreement with the terms of this Policy. If you do not agree with this Policy, we kindly ask that you not use the site.
At various locations on our sites, such as registration forms, surveys and polls, we may request that you supply us with “personal information” such as your full name, username, email, home address and/or home phone number. You will always know when we are collecting personal information, because we do it only when you voluntarily send us through our online forms in a secure environment.
Although not required to provide any information to visit our websites, you may not be able to fully utilize all the services if you elect not to provide certain information.
By using our sites, we may also collect “non-personal information.” Is data that, by itself, can not be used to identify you or contact you, such as demographic data (age, gender, etc.). Non-personal information may also include technical information, such as your IP address, browser type used, websites you visit immediately before and after visiting our sites and other anonymous involving the use you make of our site. Non-personal information may also include information you provide to us through the use you make of our site.
We do not collect personal information when you purchase Donate Coins through our online shopping process (credit card number/bank data, etc.), these informations is only required by the online payment methods and not by L2-naia.com.
Like many other service sites, we use “cookies” and “pixel tags” to enhance your visits to our sites. A cookie is a small amount of data sent to your browser when you use our sites, stored on the hard drive of your computer. Cookies do not store personal information unless you knowingly provide it. They just store non-personal information, such as websites or pages your browser has accessed immediately before and after coming to our site, or your browsing in our environments.
A pixel tag is a feature used to understand the behavior of the user visiting a page. Such behaviors to generate non-personal information such as IP address of the computer that requested the service, the time in which this was done, the time taken and the type of browser used.
You can delete cookies already on your computer. For more information about configuring your cookies, please refer to the “Help” function of your browser.