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The Expertise center for Games & Game Design (EGG) is not responsible for any information supplied on this website or for the consequences of the use thereof. No rights can be derived on the basis of the data on this website.
EGG takes the protection of all personal information which it receives via the Applied Game Design website very seriously. The Data Protection Act grants everyone specific rights concerning the way in which their personal information is treated.
How does EGG handle your personal information?
EGG collects no information concerning the identity of visitors to its website. We will only make use of the information you provide if you contact us via the website, and then only in order to provide a response to your question or request. This information is never passed on to third parties unless you have given your explicit authorization, or unless we are legally obliged to do so. Of course, we take every precaution concerning the security of the site.
Information about visitor numbers, how visitors find our website, and which pages generate the most interest, is all collected automatically. This is done in order to make improvements to the website and create a generalized statistical overview.
Whenever personal information about you is processed, you will be informed of exactly which purpose that information will be used for. Your personal information will only ever be used for purposes that you have authorized. However, in accordance with article 43 of the Data Protection Act, information may be used for the purposes of police investigation if criminal acts are committed via the website. The length of time for which personal information is kept is determined by the purpose for which it is required, and it is never kept any longer than necessary.
The Applied Games website contains links to other websites. Although these websites are selected carefully, EGG can accept no responsibility for how other organizations handle your details.
What is a cookie?
A cookie (or HTTP cookie) is a small text file that a website places on your computer’s hard disk when you visit that site. Its most important function is to distinguish one user from another. Therefore you often find cookies on websites where you have a login. A cookie makes sure you stay logged in also while visiting another website. Some cookies are deleted as soon as you close your browser, others can stay on your computer for years, It’s usually hard to see what the exact goal of a cookie is.
If you do not want to allow cookies, you can turn them off in your browser. The way to go about this differs per browser. You can find instructions of how to turn cookies off in your browser by searching the internet.
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