Effective date: March 1, 2017
By using Unicorn's online sites, products, and services, users agree that Unicorn collects and processes the personally identifiable information (as defined below) they provide by creating a user account, by purchasing or selling subscriptions, or during any exchange with Unicorn in connection with the use of their user account. Unicorn will not share any personally identifiable information with other parties except as described in this policy. Unicorn also processes anonymous data, aggregated or not, in order to analyze and produce statistics related to the habits, usage patterns, and demographics of users as a group or as individuals. Such anonymous data does not allow the identification of the users to which it relates. Unicorn may share anonymous data, aggregated or not, with third parties.
"Personally identifiable information" is information that can be used to uniquely identify a user such as name, address or credit card number. If you are an EU user, "personally identifiable information" means "personal data" within the meaning of article 2 a) of the Directive 95/46 of 24 October 1995. You may be asked to provide personally identifiable information during the sign in process, and then in connection with the use of Unicorn’s products, services and online sites. While Unicorn collects personally identifiable information on a voluntary basis, for certain products and services Unicorn's collection of personally identifiable information may be a requirement for access to the product or service or to process a user’s order.
Personally identifiable information is used internally by Unicorn to deliver, develop and improve products, content and services, to which users have subscribed, and to answer users’ requests. In addition, Unicorn may allow third parties performing services under contract with Unicorn, such as order or payment processors or merchandise warehouse and fulfillment services, located in and outside the European Union, to access and use personally identifiable information, but only to the extent necessary to provide those services.
Unicorn may use personally identifiable information provided by users to send them information about Unicorn, including news about product updates, contests, events, and other promotional materials, but only if the users agree to receive such communications. Unicorn will not share any personally identifiable information with third parties for marketing purposes without your consent.
When you create a user account, Unicorn collects a user's email address and username, and at the user's option, first and last name. Depending on their settings, users agree that some of this information may be searchable and available to other users within user. Unicorn has no obligation to keep private personally identifiable information that a user makes available to other users via user or other Unicorn software, such as in multiplayer chat or other public functions.
Unicorn may release personally identifiable information to comply with court orders or laws that require us to disclose such information. In the event of a reorganization, sale or merger we may transfer personally identifiable information to the relevant third party with the user’s consent if required by law.
Unicorn will not knowingly collect personally identifiable information from any person under the age of 13. Unicorn encourages parents to instruct their children to never give out personal information when online. Parents who are concerned about the transfer of personal information from their children may contact us.
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Unicorn also stores on a user’s hard drive a unique authorization key or CD-Key that is either entered by the user or downloaded automatically during product registration. This authorization key is used to identify a user as valid and allow access to Unicorn's products, services and third party games. This key is necessary for Unicorn to supply any products and services subscribed by users.
Information regarding user billing, a user’s user account, a user’s Internet connection and the Unicorn software installed on a user’s computer is uploaded to the server in connection with the user’s use of user and Unicorn software. Unicorn software automatically generates and submits to Unicorn bug reports upon a crash or other fault in the Unicorn software, services or user games. This automatically generated bug report information may include information about other software or hardware on a user's system. Unicorn does not associate and store the automatically generated bug report information with users’ personally identifiable information. Any bug reporting information manually submitted by users (e.g. through Unicorn's Bug Reporter form) is associated and stored with personally identifiable information sent voluntarily by the user through a bug report.
Unicorn's products or services may provide chat, forums, bulletin boards, or instant messaging tools to users. Any information that is disclosed in chat, forums or bulletin boards should be considered public information, and users who message one another may not know each other personally. Unicorn has no obligation to keep private personally identifiable information that a user makes available to other users or the public using these functions. Users should exercise caution when deciding to disclose personal information in public forums. Users should also be aware that game play information disclosed during multiplayer game play (e.g. player name and current player statistics) is public information and may be displayed to other users.
Unicorn gives users the option to receive promotional email communications from Unicorn. Users may opt out of these communications. Instructions for discontinuing receipt of promotional email communications from Unicorn will be provided in email communications to users.
Personally identifiable information provided to Unicorn will be collected, processed and stored by Unicorn in the United States. Unicorn has taken reasonable steps to protect the information users share with us, including, but not limited to, setup of processes, equipment and software to avoid unauthorized access or disclosure of this information.
Payment processing related to Content and Services and/or physical goods purchased by user is performed by third-party payment vendors Stripe, Google Checkout, and PayPal on behalf of Unicorn depending on the type of payment method used. If your card was issued outside the United States, your payment may be processed via a European acquirer by Stripe, Google Checkout, or PayPal on behalf of Unicorn. For any other type of purchases, payment will be collected by Unicorn directly. In any case, delivery of Content and Services as well as physical goods is performed by Unicorn.
If you are concerned about the accuracy of personally identifiable information maintained by Unicorn or wish to review, access, amend or correct it, or would like your personally identifiable information removed from Unicorn's records or otherwise deactivated, please contact us here. We may decline requests that are unreasonably repetitive, require disproportionate technical effort, jeopardize the privacy of others, or are extremely impractical.
Unicorn Heart Club LLC
268 6th St Fl 3
Jersey City, NJ 07302
United States of America
In compliance with the Privacy Shield Principles, Unicorn commits to resolve complaints about our collection or use of your personal information. European Union individuals with inquiries or complaints regarding our Privacy Shield policy should first contact Unicorn here. If you have an unresolved privacy or data use concern that we have not addressed satisfactorily, certain residual claims not resolved by other means may be subject to binding arbitration. In such event, an arbitration option will be made available to you.
The Privacy Shield Principles describe Unicorn's accountability for personal data that it subsequently transfers to a third party agent. Under the Principles, Unicorn shall remain liable if third party agents process the personal information in a manner inconsistent with the Principles, unless Unicorn proves it is not responsible for the event giving rise to the damage.
The Federal Trade Commission has jurisdiction over Unicorn’s compliance with the Privacy Shield.