Privacy Policy for Chesstar


Chesstar respects your privacy and the purpose for which our site visitors provide us information. We do not share, sell, or rent any of the information collected to any third parties and do not intend to do so in the future.

Information Collected


If you request or submit information to us by sending an e-mail via the "mail to:" function or filling out a "contact" form, we may save your e-mail address as well as any other information you may provide. This information may be used to contact you in the future by mail, e-mail, or phone to convey information about our solutions or services that we feel may benefit you. Your e-mail and other information you provide will not be sold to any third party.

If you install software and games developed by us, we integrate third-party statistical plug-ins that will automatically provide statistical information based on the user's device, including:

1. playfab: sdk version, system version, hardware information, session information, user id, vr movement, android id, device id, geographical location

2. first party: sdk version



Information Collected by Others

This notice addresses only the policy of Chesstar's website and not sites that users access via links from our site. Chesstar is not responsible for the information collection policies of other sites, nor for the practices employed by websites linked to or from our website, nor for the information or content contained therein. Often links to other websites are provided solely as pointers to information on topics that may be useful to our visitors. Users are advised to review the privacy policy of other websites.

We provide software and games that include third-party library files, which are provided by the engine and VR SDK, and the following privacy policies for these platforms.
-Unity (https://unity3d.com/legal/privacy-policy)
-Oculus (https://www.oculus.com/legal/privacy-policy/)
-Viveport (https://www.viveport.com/privacy-policy-cookie-restriction-mode)
-Steam (https://store.steampowered.com/privacy_agreement/?snr=1_44_44_)


Cookies

Chesstar's website does not use cookies.


Updating, Correcting, and Deleting Personal Information

If you would like to have your personal information removed from our records, please send an e-mail with "Remove personal information" in the subject line.



Legally Compelled Disclosure of Information

Chesstar may disclose information when legally compelled to do so; in other words, when we, in good faith, believe that the law requires it or for the protection of our legal rights.



Periodic Policy Changes


Please note that Chesstar reviews its privacy practices from time-to-time (i.e. to track technology and/or legal changes), and that these practices are subject to change. To ensure continuing familiarity with the most current version of our privacy policy, please bookmark and periodically review this page.

This policy statement is made in the name of Chesstar and is effective as of October 1st, 2015. This statement does not create an agreement between Chesstar and users, and as such, does not create any legal rights for any party.


How Can You Manage Your DATA?

You, as a data subject, have certain rights with regard to your personal data. You can consult the personal data that Chesstar collects about you at any time, and correct any incomplete or incorrect information about you. You can request data portability, erasure and object to the processing of your personal data. You also have the right not to be subject to profiling or automated decision-making.

Some of these rights can be exercised by making use of the relevant features on the Hibow Website or the Hibow Products. If you are unsure how to exercise your rights or you have a request that is not covered on the Hibow Website or the Hibow Products, you can contact Chesstar in writing by sending an e-mail to hello@chesstar.cn. If you want to exercise your rights, we ask that you be as specific as possible, so that we can address your request thoroughly and appropriately. We also remind you that we must be able to reasonably verify your identity in order for you to exercise your rights, so that we can prevent someone else doing so in your name.