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Our forum at www.nightingale-games.com is a fairly new experiment (as of 2020) so it is a little quiet, and we mostly defer to the BGG game specific forums for our games. Eventually we might add badges. Our forum is serviced by Wix. As far as we are aware, the forum only displays your chosen username and any optional avatar image i.e., your email is NOT publicly visible. We have to approve each new member individually and so we can view your email at that time of approval, but we do NOT use such 'forum-approval emails' for any other purpose. We reserve the right to delete posts or ban any member for any reason. If you see naughty posts let us know immediately by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or reporting the post using the "report" button. There are controls to edit notifications in your profile and an option to make your profile private. Feel free to 'follow' Nightingale Games LLC for any official posts.
If you subscribe to our War Room Bulletin, then you may get emails from us occasionally. Always make sure the email address is actually us and not a nefarious poser before following any links. We haven't had any problems so far (knock on wood). The newsletter is serviced by Mailchimp, and you should be able to unsubscribe at any time. We do not use the emails collected for any other purpose than to send you our newsletter. However, Mailchimp may collect and use information as posted here: https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/ Note: It might be confusing to discern whom exactly these policies pertain to (Mailchimp business customers such as Nightingale Games LLC vs newsletter recipients, such as yourself).
I'm really annoyed with YouTube's new terms going into effect in late 2020. These terms allow YouTube to place ads on videos that aren't part of their YouTube Partner Program. That sucks for those of us who do not want to monetize from our clips, but our fans are still subjected to annoying ads. Anyway, we don't collect any personal information from our YouTube viewers. We observe the number of views and try to respond to comments, but that's it. If you write a nasty comment, that might get automatically filtered into limbo. We reserve the right to remove comments for any reason or block users, but we haven't yet. YouTube's terms: https://www.youtube.com/static?template=terms
We live-streamed some War Room gameplay footage on Twitch in mid 2020. It was pretty raw. We may use Twitch again as we ramp up promotion, or not. We don't collect or use any personal information that Twitch might provide. Twitch's privacy notice: https://www.twitch.tv/p/legal/privacy-notice/
We will maintain a log of when this policy is updated.