Privacy Policy

The Actiongamesnow Privacy Notice

WRITTEN BY THE ACTIONGAMESNOW

Last updated: 31 July 2023

1. Introduction

At Actiongamesnow, which can be found actiongamesnow.com, one of our main goals is to protect our users’ privacy. Actiongamesnow collects and stores some information about its users and uses that information according to the rules in this Privacy Policy document.
If you have any questions or want more information about our Privacy Policy, please email us at [email protected].

2. What information we collect

When a user uses one of the platforms, we may be able to learn some things about that user. There are two main types of information here:
I. Information about the user that the user gives us, and

II. Information about the user or how the user uses the platforms or Services that we get from electronic means.
We collect the following User Information because it’s the law:
• Information that users tell us when they talk to our customer service team.
• Information that people give us when they fill out our surveys or take part in our marketing campaigns.
• Information from a user’s social media profile to fill out their profile on our site.
• Data from a user’s social media account to (such as the type of content they view, how frequently, at what times, etc.).
Personal information may also come to us from places outside of our company. These include social networks (depending on the user’s privacy settings and the social network’s privacy policy), service providers who help us check, improve, or add to the User Information we collect on our platforms, and business partners for whom we provide a service.

3. How and why we use the information we collect

We mostly use the information about our users in three ways:

  1. To keep the platforms running and improve them, and to make sure we can offer the services.
  2. To make the best content possible for the platforms.

More specifically, we’ll use the User Information to do one or more of the following:
I. Take care of our platforms.
II. Give the user the service he or she asked for.
III. Make it easier for the user to use the Service by making it more tailored to him or her.
IV. Suggest goods, services, or promotions that the user might be interested in, or get in touch with users to do market research (with the consent of the user, where necessary). Because of these reasons, we’ll make a profile of your likes and dislikes, which will help us make our advertising and communications more relevant;
V. Stop, find, and look into possible illegal or wrong things like fraud, cheating, and money laundering, and make sure our rules are followed.
VI. To let users know when our Service is changed.
VII. Send email alerts, text message alerts, or alerts to devices about our Services.
VIII. Send users prizes they’ve won on our platforms and services they’ve bought on our platforms.
IX. Answer questions and listen to complaints.
X. Follow any laws or rules and give any relevant regulator or competent authority any other information that the law requires.
XI. Understand user trends and patterns.
XII. Make an aggregate analysis of our users and business intelligence that lets us run, protect, make smart decisions, and report on how our business is doing.
We build our platforms so that as many people as possible can use them. Most of our users like sports or are interested in sports news and other sports-related content. But they might also be interested in content about living. We make money from ads and other sponsored or branded content that we show users on the platforms. This money pays for the work that goes into making this content and making sure that the platforms remain digital sports destinations. We have a good reason to make sure that this advertising is sent to the people who are most likely to be interested in it and in a responsible way. We use User Information, such as where the user is, how the user uses the platforms, and what content the user looks at, to do this.

When it comes to advertising in particular:

• We use User Information to choose and deliver advertising that shows up on our platforms and to let third parties (like ad servers) do this on our behalf.
• We use User Information to show ads to users based on how they use our platforms, and we give this information to third parties so they can do the same.
• We may give User Information to service providers like Google so they can do work for us or help us choose and serve ads for our advertising partners.
• We may give User Information to advertisers or third-party publishers so that we can report on the ads that were shown to our users and how they interacted with them.

4. Cookies

Most of the information we use for advertising and a lot of the information we collect about our users comes from cookies and other similar technologies. Cookies are usually a string of numbers and/or letters that a platform sends to a user’s hard drive. Pixel tags, web storage, and other technologies work in the same way as cookies. In this section, we call all of these things “cookies.” The cookies make it possible for the platforms to “remember” you for the length of your visit or for future visits.

We use the following kinds of cookies on the platforms:

Strictly necessary cookies: These cookies are required for the user to be able to safely move around the platform and get the services they have asked for.
• Functionality cookies: These cookies make the platforms work better by keeping track of the user’s preferences. For example, if you tell them your name and where you live, they can remember that, as well as the kinds of content you like.
• Performance cookies: These cookies make sure that the platforms work better. They help pages load faster, for example.
• Cookies for analytics: We may use analytics services from third parties like Google Analytics and others. Your IP address and other information will be collected automatically in order to evaluate how you use the platform, put together reports on platform activity, find user patterns, and provide services that are related to this. Click here to learn more about what Google Analytics does with the information you give it. Logs of authentication and tracking will also be used to make statistics about users.
• Targeting and advertising: These cookies help us show relevant ads and set limits on how often they can be shown.
Our business partners or service providers may also put these kinds of cookies on the platform.
If you sign up with us or keep using our platforms, you agree that we can use cookies. When you get to the platform, you might see a pop-up message asking for your permission to put advertising cookies on your device, as required by law. Please click “OK” to give your permission. Once you’ve given your permission, this message won’t show up again unless you delete cookies through your browser settings or some other way.
Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you don’t want that to happen, you can change your browser settings or “opt out” as described below. If you turn off cookies, you might not be able to use all of the features or get the most out of the platform.

5. Disclosure of user information.

We may share User Information with any member of the www.actiongamesnow.com team if doing so is required by law for business administration. We may also let other Actiongamesnow members contact users with relevant offers, contests, and the latest news, if the law requires us to do so.
We may also share User Information with certain third parties, such as:

  • Business partners, suppliers, and subcontractors who help us give our users Services.
  • Advertisers and advertising networks that need the information to choose and show the user ads that are relevant to them.
  • Analytics and search engine providers who help us make the platforms better and make them work better.
  • If we decide to sell the business that runs the Service or if it is merged with another business, we may share User Information with our advisors, any potential buyer’s advisors, and the new owners of the business.
  • If we are required to share or disclose a user’s personal information by law, or to enforce or apply our terms.
    When it makes sense, we will give User Information and anonymized information about how a user uses and interacts with a platform to the partner on whose behalf we run that platform for marketing and advertising purposes and to promote their own products and services.

6. Your right to opt-out

If you want us to stop sending you marketing messages, you can click the “unsubscribe” link in those messages. To stop getting our marketing emails, you can also send us an email at [email protected].

7. Security

We know how important it is for you to keep your User Information safe. Security is the most important thing when dealing with User Information, and we try to make sure that User Information is safe by taking the right technical and organisational steps.
We protect your User Information from loss, theft, and unauthorized access, use, or change by using reasonable administrative, logical, and physical controls, such as password protection. Information sent over the internet is not completely safe, which is a shame. We will do everything we can to protect your User Information in accordance with the law, but we can’t promise that it will be safe.

8. International data transfer

The information we collect may be stored, processed, and sent between any of the countries where we do business so that we can use it as described in this notice.
As explained in paragraph 5, the information you give us may be shared with other companies in our group, business partners, suppliers, or agents who are based outside of your country. We will protect your personal information well when we send it outside of your country, as the law requires. For example, if you live in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, or the United Kingdom, we may sign standard clauses with the recipient. You can contact us to get a copy of the precautions we’ve taken to protect your personal information in this situation.
Also, any personal information you post on the platforms will be put on the internet and may be available to people all over the world through the internet. We can’t stop other people from using or misusing this kind of information.

9. Parents and Guardian

Our services are not designed specifically for children, and under no circumstances should minors access them without the supervision of an adult guardian or parent.

10. Contact

ActionGamesNow is a blogger and creator of content on both www.actiongamemosnow.com and YouTube. On this website, we share real articles about a wide range of topics, such as sports news, business news, health news, fashion news, technology news, scientific news, and other news, as well as YouTube. If you like any of the articles on this site, it would be great if you could share them with your friends and family.
ActionGamesNow is the name.
If you have any questions about the ActionGamesNow channel on YouTube, you can send emails to [email protected] and [email protected].
Please don’t hesitate to contact us at [email protected] & [email protected] if you have any questions about the website, the ads, or anything else.

11. Changes

We could change any part of this Privacy Notice at any time by putting up a new one. Please come back here every so often. If we change this notice, you agree to the changes if you keep using the platforms.

Information for people from the European Economic Area, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

We give our users in the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, and the United Kingdom (UK) more information so that we can follow privacy laws in those places.

What are Personnel data?

“Personal data” is information about you that the law says can only be used in certain ways. It will include your name, a number that can be used to find out who you are, information about where you live, an online identifier, and any other information about your identity. Personal data will make up most of what you know about a user.

Who is in charge of the information about you?
[email protected] & [email protected].

How do we ask the law for permission to use your private information?

On some occasions, we process your personal data with your permission. For example, if you agree to take part in our surveys and other activities or if you give us permission to send you marketing materials or to answer your questions, as described in paragraph 3, you are giving us permission to do so.

On other occasions, we process your personal data when we need to do so to fulfil a contract with you (for example, to provide you with the requested content or for billing purposes) or to take steps before entering into a contract.

We also use your personal information when it is in our legitimate interests to do so and when these interests are not overridden by your data protection rights. For example, we may process your personal data if it’s in our legitimate interests to make sure that the platforms and Services are provided quickly, in a way that’s easy for users to understand, and in a way that’s tailored to them, taking into account user feedback, data, and profiles, unless the law says that we need your consent to do so. We will use personal information to make sure that our business and the information of our users are safe and that our business is run in a good way.

How long do we keep data?

We only keep your information for as long as we need to in order to provide you with the Services and do the processing described in this notice and as required by law. This means that we won’t usually keep your personal information for more than six years after the last time you talked to us, and we’ll usually keep it for less time than that. For example, we might keep your information for 3 years after the end of our relationship or your last contact with us for marketing purposes.

Your freedoms

Data subjects can ask us to give them a copy of their information, change it, delete it, or send it to another organization. Data subjects also have the right to object to certain types of processing, such as profiling, and to take back their consent if they gave it when we asked for it. In particular, people whose information is being used have the right to say “no” at any time to direct marketing. If a data subject takes back their consent, it won’t change the legality of the processing that was done before your request. When we process data because we have a “legitimate interest” (as explained above), the person whose data is being processed has the right to object. When we make a decision based solely on automated processing that has a big impact on the data subject, that person may have the right to challenge the decision, say what he or she thinks, and get a person to help.

In some cases, we may not be able to fully exercise these rights, such as when we can show that we are required by law to process your data. Please use the information in the section above called “Contact” to get in touch with us.

We hope we can answer any questions you may have about how we use your information. But if your concerns aren’t taken care of, you can also talk to your local data protection authority.

CCPA the right to privacy (Do not sell My Personal Information)

The California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA) gives people more control over the personal information that businesses collect about them, and the CCPA regulations explain how to put the law into effect. This important law gives Californians new privacy rights, such as the right to know what personal information a business collects about them and how it is used and shared.

  • The right to delete personal information that has been collected about them (with some exceptions).
  • The right to be informed about the collection, use, and disclosure of any personally identifiable information collected about them by a company.
  • The right to stop their personal information from being sold; and
  • The right not to be treated differently for using their CCPA rights.

Businesses must give customers certain notices that explain how they handle customers’ personal information. The CCPA applies to a wide range of businesses, such as data brokers.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides a set of rights to individuals regarding the protection of their personal information. Under the GDPR, a person has certain rights that they can exercise to ensure that their data is protected and secure. These rights include the right to access, rectification, erasure and data portability.

  • The right to access allows an individual to request a copy of any personal information that is held about them by an organization or company.
  • The right to rectification allows them to update or correct any inaccurate information held about them.
  • The right to erasure enables individuals to request for their personal data to be deleted from the records of an organization or company.

Finally, the right of data portability allows individuals to transfer their personal data from one service provider or company to another without any hindrance

12. DART Cookie, used by Google DoubleClick

On this website, Google is one of the third-party vendors we use. Additionally, it makes use of a special kind of cookie called a DART cookie. Visitors, on the other hand, have the option of declining the usage of DART cookies by going to the Google ad and content network Privacy Policy page, which may be found at the following URL: https://policies.google.com/technologies/ads.

13. Security Measures

Each of Actiongamesnow’s advertising partners is included below, along with a link to their respective Privacy Policies.

Ads and links on Actiongamesnow may be delivered to a user’s browser via a third-party ad server or ad network using tracking technologies such as cookies, JavaScript, or Web Beacons. When this happens, they will obtain your IP address automatically. Ad networks employ these tools to track the success of their campaigns and tailor the ads you see on the sites you visit.

Keep in mind that Actiongamesnow does not have any influence or access to these cookie files that are used by external marketers.

14. About the Privacy Practices of Other Organizations

The terms of Actiongamesnow’s Privacy Policy only apply to its own advertising and not to those of any other websites. If you want more information, please see the Privacy Policies of these ad serving companies. It might detail their procedures and how to decline particular services. You can get a comprehensive index of these privacy policies, along with links to each individual policy, here: Privacy Policy Links.

By adjusting your browser settings, you can prevent cookies from being stored on your computer. If you want further information on how to manage cookies in a certain web browser, you may visit that browser’s official website. Cookies, you ask?

15. Online-Only Privacy Statement

If you visit our website, you agree that the terms of this Privacy Policy apply to any and all information you provide to us and/or that we collect while you are using Actiongamesnow. The information we gather offline or through means other than this website is not covered by this policy.

16. Consent

By continuing to use our website, it is understood that you have read, understood, and consented to our Privacy Policy as well as its Terms & Conditions.

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