[Guide]Privacy Policy and EULA

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    Dragon Glory: Privacy Policy
    Click to open Privacy Policy Page

    What is Privacy Policy?

    A privacy policy is a statement or a legal document that discloses some or all of the ways a party gathers, uses, discloses, and manages a customer or client's data.

    It fulfills a legal requirement to protect a customer or client's privacy.
    Personal Information can be anything that can be used to identify an individual, not limited to the person's name, address, date of birth, marital status, contact information, ID issue, and expiry date, financial records, credit information, medical history, where one travels, and intentions to acquire goods and services.

    Privacy policies typically represent a broader, more generalized treatment, as opposed to data use statements, which tend to be more detailed and specific.


    Dragon Glory: End User License Agreement
    (EULA)
    Click to open EULA Page

    What is EULA?

    *EULAs can be included with any software application developed regardless of the platform used: computers, iPhones, iPads, Xboxes and so on.

    *EULA stands for “end-user license agreement.”
    It’s also known as a software license agreement.

    *Basically, it’s a contract between the purchaser of the software and you, the licensor or the company, which gives the buyer the right to use the software after they have paid you for it.


    *EULAs are similar to Terms and Conditions or Terms of Service agreements: the buyer must comply with all the terms and rules as set by the agreement.

    *This kind of agreement stipulates how the software can be used or cannot be used and what are the restrictions imposed, e.g. you cannot share the software. It gives the software developer a certain freedom to decide how the software can be used or cannot be used.

    *Most EULAs are implemented as click-through agreements: the user must accept the agreement before they continue to use the software. This often happens after the user already bought the software.
     
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