surva network takes privacy very serious. In this document, we explain which types of information we collect and what's our legal basis for doing so. We also inform you about your rights on the information you provide to us.
surva network is an international team developing open source software and operating game services and tools. If you have any questions regarding privacy, feel free to contact our privacy team at any time by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.
In order to operate our services in the best possible way, we're collecting different types of data. Depending on which of our services you're using, that's the data we collect:
WEBSITE / USAGE DATA when visiting our site, we store your anonymized IP address/hostname, general device information (OS and browser version, screen resolution, language/country) and the date, time and duration of the visit. We use that data to optimize our website.
WEBSITE / COOKIES depending on if you've consented to it, we're storing cookie files on your computer to be able to recognize you, which is needed to stay logged in to our services.
SERVER / SECURITY when it comes to maintaining the security of our servers, it might be necessary and be a legitimate interest to store the full IP address of a connection device, e.g. to prevent attacks.
E-MAIL / SUPPORT when sending an e-mail to us, we're storing your name, e-mail and other data provided by you in order to process your request.
You have the right to be informed about any of your personal data stored by surva network, as well as the right to correction and deletion of this data, the right of limitation, the right of objection and the right to data transferability.
To enforce any of these rights, please contact our privacy team by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can opt out from our website tracking below:
Please note that we're not performing per-user tracking on this website, but collecting anonymous statistics, only.
You can enable the Do Not Track feature of your internet browser to opt-out from the anonymous statistics. Please contact the developer of the internet browser on how to do this. In Firefox, e.g., you can do it this way.