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- Personal Information
- Sharing Personal Information
- Anonymous Information
- Third Party Relationships
- Contact Us
The Noobist is a network for nerds. The Noobist publishes headline news about technology, entertainment, gaming, and other nerdy topics; interviews, reviews, editorials, fan fiction, and more. The Noobist Community is an off topic, no-holds-barred forum community for heated debates about life’s most important subjects–like how the Millennium Falcon would fare in a dogfight with the starship Enterprise. Noobist.TV live streams games, interviews, product reviews, and round tables. Last but not least, Noobist.Wiki is a catalogue of all nerdly knowledge. Volunteers and users may be required, as appropriate, to provide The Noobist with certain personal information, including but not limited to: name, address, telephone number, and e-mail address (“Personal Information”). The Noobist will use your Personal Information to establish your account, communicate with you, and for ongoing record keeping. The Noobist will not release your Personal Information without your express permission, except:
- as permitted in any written agreement between you and The Noobist;
- when deemed necessary to conduct business; and
- when deemed necessary to enforce Stratics’s Terms and Agreements.
In compliance with the requirements of the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), The Noobist does not knowingly collect any Personal Information from anyone under the age of 13. The Noobist content, products, and services are directed at volunteers and users who are at least 13 years old or older. We urge parents and guardians to monitor and review the Internet-based activities of children in their care.
The Noobist will not sell or trade your Personal Information.
If a volunteer or user voluntarily publishes his or her own Personal Information on any public medium owned or operated by The Noobist, we vigorously eschew any and all liable or responsibility regarding how this data is used. We urge volunteers and users to protect their Personal Information and to avoid publishing it publicly.
The Noobist may form relationships with third party service providers in order to provide additional services and functionality to our users. In cases of co-branded websites and products, we may provide some Personal or Anonymous Information with these partners in order to ensure interoperability between our services. When volunteers, users, or visitors sign up for these services, we strongly encourage them to read the privacy policies published by our third party partners. We are not liable for the privacy policies or practices of our third party partners. We may also work with Third Parties to provide paid adverts and product placements on this website.
The Noobist relies upon state-of-the-art security practices and protocols to protect the Personal Information of our volunteers, users, and visitors. We are strongly committed to preventing the loss, misuse, or alteration of any Personal Information entrusted to us. While no storage or transmission system is perfectly secure, we will continuously improve and monitor our site security to ensure that your data remains secure.
Last updated 9 July 2014.