Predator Masters defines personal information as any data that allows a Predator Masters member to be identified. This definition is quite broad and includes, computer IP addresses. We strictly limit all collection and use of members personal information to well-defined and stated purpose and make every effort to notify our members or our practices and their options in that regard. All personal data is accessed ONLY by authorized Predator Master personnel and on a need to know basis. We NEVER share member data with third parties, or keep for longer than necessary unless members consent or direct us to do so, or unless required by law. Predator Master Account Creation Members must enter a valid e-mail address in order to create a user account with Predator Masters. Members must also choose a "user name" and "password". Once an account is created, the member will receive an e-mail from Predator Masters notifying them of account creation. A temporary password will also be included. Passwords may be changed at a later time by member. We require e-mail addresses to allow members to automatically retrieve forgotten passwords. E-mail addresses may also be used to periodically notify members of changes to website features or news and announcements deemed important by Predator Masters Administration. E-mail sent out for notification in these instances will be done so in a manner where members e-mail addresses will not be seen by unauthorized personnel.
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