Date of Last Revision: September 2014
To register a Create.Wiki account, a chosen username, valid email address and password are required. We also request personal information in the form of a biography, which serves as the initial content for your user page. The biographical information you choose to provide may be made public. Any content you add or any change that you make to any page within the Site will be publicly and permanently available.
Create.Wiki may also send one or more “cookies,” or small piece of data which are stored in your web browser to help the Service operate with full functionality, such as keeping you logged in. Many browsers allow you to disable cookies, which will not prevent you from using the Service. However, some of the Service’s features may not function properly if cookies are disabled. Create.Wiki may use some of the data tracked by cookies in conjunction with advertisers. Create.Wiki has no control over the cookies and other information collected by advertisers in connection with their services. This policy does not apply to the information collected in regard to those services.
Create.Wiki’s user data is stored in the United States, and its servers log information such as your IP address, when you visit the Service, your browser type and its language setting.
If you send a communication to the Company, we may retain that communication in order to respond appropriately, to use as feedback for improving the Service, or for future reference.
You are not required to register an account or to provide personal information in order to browse content hosted by the Service.
Create.Wiki collects the information you provide when you create or modify content, such as by editing pages or uploading files. All edits made to Service pages are recorded, and each page has an edit history reflecting any changes made. “Recent changes” pages also display edits made to wikis.
We may also share with third parties non-personal information such as the number of new registrations during a specific time period or the number of users who edited a particular page or group of pages.