Our apps do not contain any ads. We do not collect any personal information in our apps.
WAGOGAMES recognizes the importance of protecting the privacy of all information provided by users of our websites. We created the following policy guidelines with a fundamental respect for our users right to privacy to guide our relationships with our users.
WAGOGAMES will not reveal any personal information that users provide to us to any third party without their permission. WAGOGAMES uses users IP addresses to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our website. We also use it to gather broad demographic information about our users in general. This information does not contain anything that can identify users personally.
If you purchase an item or service from any of our web sites, you will be required to submit personal contact, shipping and billing information in order to complete the transaction. This information may be shared with third party entities such as shipping companies, merchant account and payment gateway service providers, and our product distributors. Only the information necessary to complete the transaction shall be disclosed.
Although WAGOGAMES does not specifically seek to obtain any information from children, there are certain areas of our websites that children may visit. We urge children only to give us any information after they have discussed it with their parents.
WAGOGAMES is not responsible for the content or the privacy polices of websites to which it may provide links. WAGOGAMES uses reasonable precautions to keep the personal information disclosed to us secure and to disclose such information only to responsible third parties after permission from the user. If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site or your dealings with WAGOGAMES, you can contact: firstname.lastname@example.org via email or 727-205-8696 (USA)
We use encryption, firewalls, and intrusion detection to secure our software, systems, and user data. In the event we believe data has been compromised, we will notify our users with details.
We make the source code to our software available to our users as a convenience so that they may inspect the internal workings and compile the software to use on their devices as they wish. Really, in 2021 every technology company should be doing that.
All code and assets have copyrights.
It's like a book, you can read it and do what you want with it for yourself, but you should not run off a bunch of copies of it to distribute to other people.
Some software is specifically licensed BSD, MIT, Apache, GPL, etc, which gives the users additional rights. In that case the license(s) will be included with the code and/or assets.