How we use your data:
We care about your privacy, so we collect your personal information only as needed to deliver our content or access the websites.
When you visit one of our sister sites, uncyclopedia.ca or uncyclopedia.co, your IP address is recorded. This IP address is used to identify contributors, and if not registered and logged in, will become a permanent record on any pages edited on the sites.
When you create an account on the sites in order to become a Registered User, we collect information such as your username and password, valid email address, and date of birth. You may optionally provide us with additional information including your first and last names, your gender, and your interests and hobbies. We do not recommend disclosing your first and last name to other site visitors and users.
Personal information we collect:
The categories of personal information we collect depend on how you interact with our Services, and the requirements of applicable law. Visitors are people who access the Services. Visitors include Registered Users who access the Services through their accounts and Non-Registered Users who access the Services without using an account. We recognize that most Visitors are Non-Registered Users.
Account Creation. When you create an account on Uncyclopedia in order to become a Registered User, we collect information such as your username and password, valid email address, and date of birth. You may optionally provide us with additional information including your first and last names, your gender, and your interests and hobbies. We refer to the information provided at account creation as “Registration Data.”
Certain websites and apps used or linked in the Services may require you to provide additional information, such as your postal mailing address, telephone number, and payment information.
Information sharing policy: This site uses Google analytics to track visitors for the purpose of counting the number of page views and volume of site traffic.