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PRIVACY POLICY

Factorio Forum is run by WUBE Software Ltd. – fathers of the amazing game Factorio. Below you can find a few main notices regarding personal data protection which is one of our priorities. Factorio Forum page adheres to WUBE's full Data Privacy Policy where applicable.

  • Personal Data controller in relation to Factorio Forum page is WUBE Software Ltd., company number 09201188, with registered office address: 3 Gower Street, London, United Kingdom, WC1 6HA
  • Factorio Forum is powered by phpBB which is a bulletin board solution released under the General Public License and can be downloaded from www.phpbb.com. The phpBB software only facilitates internet based discussion and is not responsible for what we allow or disallow as permissible content or conduct.
  • You can browse Factorio Forum and read all posts without the need to set up an account
  • If you want to add your own posts or take part in the discussion, you will be required to set up an account.
  • If you set up an account, you give us permission to process your username, email address and IP address of the device you use to access Factorio Forum.
  • You may post about any topic relating to Factorio but make sure you do not share any information that are intended to stay private.
  • Your username may be publicly visible next to your posts or comments
  • We will process your personal data only for the purposes of running and maintaining Factorio Forums – we will not sell or transfer your data to any third persons, not even for the marketing purposes.
  • Your registration data will be recorded with our third party service provider Linode who provide us with cloud hosting services and who can ensure your data are safely stored and protected against any act of unauthorised access.
  • You may delete your account at any time and we will be no longer able to process your data.
  • If you have any concerns about the protection of your privacy, please refer to WUBE's full Data Privacy Policy or feel free to contact us at any time via email on factorio@factorio.com.
See the full text of our Data Privacy Policy on Factorio.com




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