We at PRO Wiki paramountly respect our users' privacy. We are committed to protecting the confidentiality and integrity of all personal data collected hereon.
- 1 What personal data is collected?
- 2 Who has access to this personal data?
- 3 How the data may be used
- 4 Disclaimers
- 5 Concerns and changes
What personal data is collected?
Only the minimal amount of personal data that is essential for your chosen level of usership is submitted; all of that is defined below. All data transmitted on this website is encrypted, meaning it's not human-readable to potential interceptors.
IP addresses are automatically submitted to all computer-network servers automatically through the Internet Protocol (the abbreviating phrase of 'IP'); this website is no exception. This is used as the native identifier of the person/people connecting from its routed ISP.
IP addresses of all visitors are automatically retrieved and logged in a database table, which is periodically purged; however, they will never be made publicly viewable.
If you choose to register an account here, you will be prompted to submit an account-associated email address; this is necessary for validatory purposes, because email addresses are used as fallbacks in the contingency of account-recovery and other verificatory needs. Your email address is not publicly displayed; it's only viewable to PRO Wiki Administrators.
You can use any email address of your choosing, such as pseudonymous and throwaway email accounts, as opposed to your more personal one. Whichever one you elect to use, we only require that you use it for account verification, account recovery when and if necessary, and for contactual purposes.
For another layer of account-verification credentialing, a password is required for all registered users; this is needed strictly for the purpose of logging in. Only the select-few individuals with access to the host can view passwords in the database, and they are not viewable in plain text; they are encrypted, meaning that they would not be human-readable in the highly unlikely plight that our database ended up leaked to unauthorized users.
This website may also store cookies in your browser; these are used for more seamlessly functionality on your web-browser, such as a cached password that helps the website retain your log-in. These cookies may potentially allow anyone using the web-browser on your computer to access your account without verifiying signing into it; however, you also have the option to clear these cookies and disable them from being registered.
For a less proximate layer of identificatory purposes, you will need to register a display name—more colloquially known as a username. These will be displayable in our user-lists, and they'll be viewable in any contributory logs—recent changes, file-uploading, revisory history of pages, and so forth.
Who has access to this personal data?
How the data may be used
We pledge that barring any extreme circumstances, we will not divulge any of your personal data without your consent. We are disinterested in it; we mainly seek it for identificatory purposes where needed, and we will not use it unethically.
Below is the only information we may deem disclosable under the specified circumstances.
If we feel it is a needful next-resort avenue, we may occasionally use your email address to contact you outside of this website. We will, however, only do so as it pertains to website issues and will not reveal your email address outside of the select-few staff with vouchsafed access to it.
In the highly unlikely contingency that legal authorities request your personal information from us on legal grounds, we may be obliged to forward your IP address to them in order for them to contact your ISP and eventually you.
Pokémon Revolution Online staff
As a supportive resource of Pokémon Revolution Online, we may seldom forward your personal information to their staff if it is either needed as circumstantial evidence for potential breaches of their Terms of Service or if there has been an extremity of abuse on PRO Wiki that we feel is actionable enough to warrant potential in-game punishments.
Although we will do all precautionary measures that we can to safeguard your personal information, the onus is also on you as a user to take your own counterdisclosure steps; as such, we can not claim responsibility for the following:
Publicly posted information
We claim no responsibility for any potentially personal content that you post when submitting edits to pages here; this includes but isn't limited to: your display name, your personal user page, content pages, files uploaded and appended summaries thereof, and so forth. All your edits are identifiably visible to PRO Wiki-users; we will not change that, so be mindful of what you post.
Concerns and changes
If you feel that these terms are not acceptably ethical or that they have been contravened, you are advised to contact Naero—the head manager of PRO Wiki—regardingly. He's recommendably reachable at his local email address: Naero@prowiki.info.