Last update: 09. August 2020
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We at Roadside Studio care deeply about your privacy, in the same way as we care about our own. We do everything we can to limit the amount of data that we collect and/or store to the bare minimum. Also, we do not use any tracking services to improve traffic, sales or other metrics. (The evil Pixel ones!) We're just regular people making things that we feel passionate about; We're not here to milk you out of your last penny, and thus we do not need to know what you had for lunch yesterday.
We're not lawyers. That means, this document is probably pointless to begin with. Everything written on this page is true - to the extent of our knowledge. Also, we will do our best to keep it up to date.
The best way to keep your data safe is to not share it in the first place.
Any questions about privacy can be sent to email@example.com and I'll do my best to reply as soon as possible (Might take me days, I'm sorry - but I'm swamped with emails!)
This document might be written as a joke, but rest assured, we take privacy seriously!
Everyone likes cookies. I like the ones that are crunchy on the outside but soft on the inside. Add chocolate chip, and I'm in heaven.
As we mentioned - we're not trying to track you, but there is some services that we use on this website and there's also some cookies that our website needs. Let's try to list what they are...
We have an API (Application Programming Interface) set up so we can do some cool things. Like, have a Pro version of Mods Studio 2, or have a notification in MS2 telling people there's a new version out... and stuff like that. Since the API is supposed to handle many things, we'll explain what data we use for each of the use cases...