We recognize that protection of your personal information is important. Here are details on what data we collect, why we collect it and how we handle it.
With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect on May 25, 2018, it is no longer permitted to collect and process "personal data" of individuals from within the European Union (EU) without their consent, a specific purpose ("purpose limitation") and their control over it.
To respect this new regulation, we took all possible steps to be compliant, and additionally followed Blizzard's data protection notice for developers using their Application Programming Interface (API).
We use the following data from the Battle.net World of Warcraft (WoW) API:
We do not sell any of this data to third parties.
Please note: According to this official post, historical data from the leaderboards may be treated as "public data", if it was available in the first place:
15. How does the data protection policy affect historical data, such as guild or leaderboard data?
Historical data such as leaderboards and guilds, are deemed as public data, and therefore will not be deleted if/when a player has invoked the "Right of Erasure".
This data will nonetheless be erased if you request us to do so through your Blizzard account settings.
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