Privacy

This is the privacy policy for Cuberite. It was last updated on November 6, 2016.

Analytics

We use an analytics system to collect anonymous information about visitors on our websites. This information is used only by us, the Cuberite team, to get a complete picture of activity on our websites, as well as to improve our services. If you do not want us to collect information about you, you can enable the "Do Not Track" feature in the settings of your web browser, or opt out of our analytics system by visiting this link.

We do not collect any information relating to your usage of the Cuberite server software. However, Mojang (and their parent company Microsoft) may collect data about your use of the Minecraft authentication servers. For more information, refer to their privacy policy

Forum

When you register on our forum, we require you to enter a username, an email address and a password. A username and password is necessary to allow you to log into your account, while your email address is used to send you an email about activating your account. Optionally, you can choose to allow other members to view your email address on your profile, and to receive email updates about discussions you've contributed to. You can change your email preferences in the user control panel on our forum.

IRC

Messages written in our IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channel are logged and stored by a service named BotBot.me. You may view the logs here. If you do not wish to have your messages saved, you can contact BotBot.me via e-mail.

Newsletter

When you subscribe to our newsletter, your email address is stored in a database on our server. We only use your email address to send you news and updates about the Cuberite project. You can unsubscribe from our newsletter by clicking the unsubscribe-link located at the bottom of our emails. This will automatically remove your email address from our database.

Cookies

Whenever you visit our websites, we store small pieces of information on your computer. These pieces of information are called cookies, and are used by our analytics system to help collect anonymous information about visitors. Cookies are also used in our forum, where they serve an important role in making the forum more usable. If you wish to disable cookies, you can do so in the settings of your web browser.