As of Friday, May 4th, 2012
We reserve the right to edit this policy at any and all times. We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason.
The following document explains what information Spiral13 collects from different users and how the information is used. This policy doesn’t apply to any affiliates or customers of Spiral13. We aren’t responsible for any user generated content or that on a website not managed by Spiral13.
When you register an account on Spiral13 we ask for quite a bit of information, but most is optional. The required stuff is obviously the most important and won’t be shared. We require you to give us your name, email, gender, birth date and of course you need a username. Your username, or nickname, can be your real name or anything else you choose, it doesn’t make any difference to us.
If you choose to keep your information private, you can make up any nickname and then choose the options to keep your other information hidden from other members. Only administrators will be able to see the information on your profile if you choose to use these restrictions.
The only information collected from unregistered users is their IP address. We use this to block access to our services if needed.
Basic members are just regular people that go through our directory to find cool sites. They can also participate in polls, post comments, and use the forum.
Partners are simply the people who have websites that we advertise. For partners, we need your website URL and require you to keep your site appropriate. See more on this in our terms of service.
Any information we collect, for any reason, will not be shared or sold to anyone for any reason. We securely keep your information and only use it to ensure your safety and that you’re using our services as you should.
When a child under the age of 13 creates a Spiral13 account, it is restricted until their 13th birthday and any collected information is blocked. Currently, we have no option to overlook this as far as parental permission goes. Younger kids really don’t have much use with Spiral13 anyway.