Vehicle identifiers and serial numbers, including license plate numbers Device identifiers and serial numbers Web Universal Resource Locators URLs Internet Protocol IP address numbers Biometric identifiers, including finger and voice prints Full-face photographic images and any comparable images Any other unique identifying number, characteristic, or code, unless otherwise permitted by the Privacy Rule for re-identification. A Limited Data Set is similar to the de-identified data set but has fewer of the 18 identifiers removed. The Limited Data Set is health information that may include city, state, zip code, elements of date, and other numbers, characteristics, or codes not listed as direct identifiers. Limited data sets are often utilized in multi-center studies when using fully de-identified data is not useful.
July 2, Nintendo knows that privacy is important to you. This Privacy Notice describes how we collect, use, disclose, store and protect your information.
By using a Nintendo product or service you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Notice. We collect information that you provide to us when you use our products and services or anytime you are in contact with us.
Some types of information you may provide include: Registration information that you may be required to provide when you sign up to use our services, including your name, address, telephone number, and email address; Login information that you use to sign in to our services, such as your username and password; Demographic information about you, including your age, gender, hobbies, interests, and country of residence; Payment information that you submit, including your credit card number, expiration date, and credit card security code, where needed to complete a transaction you have initiated; Messages, photos, videos, drawings, audio recordings and other information shared by you through the interactive features of our products and services; Correspondence you send directly to us; and Information you provide to us offline through, for example, regular mail, in-person sweepstakes entry forms, and consumer service transactions such as repairs, part orders and direct purchases.
Information we collect automatically. We collect some information automatically when you use our products and services. Some types of information we collect automatically include: Information about your use of our products, services and websites, including your browser type, operating system, platform, IP address, MAC address, language and region; Information about websites you visited before and after visiting our websites, search queries that landed you on our websites, search queries you conducted on our websites, and pages and advertisements you viewed and links you clicked on while using our websites; Information about your Nintendo device including device serial number, device ID, wireless access point, and other technical information about your device; and Information about your game play, online status, use of our online services, friends and friend codes, purchases, and other information about your interactions with our products and services.
Information we receive from other sources. We may receive information about you from other sources, including through third-party services and retailers. Some examples of information we may receive from other sources include: Navigation data, including websites visited and advertisements viewed or clicked; Information about consumer service transactions; and Purchase information.
Please note that we may add information we receive from other sources to the information we already have about you.
We also may combine your information with information about other users, including game play, demographic, search term, clickstream and purchase information, and use this combined information in an aggregated format. We may use web beacons also referred to as pixel trackers or clear GIFswhich are small graphic images placed on a web page, on a web-based document, or in an email message.
Web beacons are designed to collect certain user information and monitor certain user activity. Information collected by web beacons might include your IP address, MAC address, the URL of the page you came from, or your interactions with our website or an email message we send to you.
We may use the information collected through web beacons, for example, to determine how to improve certain products and services by identifying popular web pages, services, features, and products; to personalize our products and services; to make recommendations for products and services; and to complete transactions you have requested.
We may use information collected by cookies, for example, to determine how to improve certain products and services by identifying popular web pages, services, features, and products; to personalize our products and services; to make recommendations for products and services; and to complete transactions you have requested.
You can set your certain browsers to reject cookies or to notify you when you are sent a cookie. However, not utilizing cookies may prevent you from using certain functions and features of our products and services.
The entries within these log files may include, for example, your IP addresses, MAC addresses, cookie information, device ID, transactional data, device settings, and download activity. We may use these log files, for example, to monitor traffic on our website, to facilitate use of certain services and to troubleshoot technical problems.
We also may permit our third party partners to set cookies and web beacons and similar technologies on our websites, or within emails sent on our behalf, to help us perform various internal functions necessary to operate our business.
These third parties may also use these cookies and web beacons and other technologies to collect information about your visits to our websites and elsewhere on the Internet and may use that information during, or after, your visits to our websites to provide you advertisements across the Internet about goods and services that may be of interest to you.
Some of these third parties may offer you a way to opt-out of this type ad targeting through industry choice mechanisms. To learn more about third parties that participate in these choice offereing and to exercise choices that may be avialable to you, you can visit www.
We may share information with other Nintendo affiliated companies that use it consistent with this Privacy Notice.
We may share information with our third party partners to help us perform various functions necessary to operate our business or fulfill your requests for example, helping you process your downloads or purchases, and developing and executing marketing campaigns.
We also may share such information to, for example, complete your transactions, provide you with advertising and other promotional materials, and assist in the creation of user accounts with third parties. Other Users and Friends.
We may share information, including, for example, your user name, Mii profile information, online status, Mii greeting, and other game play information, with other Nintendo users when you use the online features of our products and services.Need to look up an order?
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The Internet has been a driving factor in raising people's concerns about privacy. The tens of millions of us around the world who use the Internet every day are well-aware of how much information. This section includes relevant background text, definitions and examples, policy statements, a video debate, and expert commentary.
It should be read by those looking for both a fundamental and thorough understanding of privacy and confidentiality issues. The Internet and new technologies continually raise new policy questions about privacy.
State lawmakers have dealt with an array of privacy issues related to online activities. This web page documents state laws in a limited number of areas: website privacy policies, privacy .
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