What we collect...
Plastic Cow Games collects data in three ways: our Newsletter mailing lists, our email contacts, and via Google Analytics through our websites.

We use "Your Mailing List Provider" for our Newsletters, where data is stored in accordance with their privacy policy.

Upon signing up to any of our newsletters, you will receive an email to confirm your agreement to sign up. You may update your settings or unsubscribe at any time.

Through these mailing lists "Your Mailing List Provider" collects your first name and email address and we use this information to keep you informed about the latest news, updates, special offers and hits & tips.

You have the right to remove yourself from any of our mailing lists at any time, and for your data to be deleted. To remove your data you can click ‘Unsubscribe’ from the bottom of any newsletters sent out.

Upon sending an email to any one of our company email addresses, we will have your email address and name stored within one or more of our mailboxes. This includes any information provided by you within the content of any emails sent to us (such as a telephone number in the signature of your email).

We will use this data in order to reply to emails, or act upon the context of the email, and for conducting standard business operations. The emails themselves will be stored for the lifetime of the mailbox, for the purpose of our business records. You may request for any of this data to be removed at any time, by either contacting, or via the specific email address through which you previously contacted Plastic Cow Games.

None of the data we collect is shared, from either our mailing lists or emails, with any other third parties.

We use the third party service Google Analytics in a basic way, mainly for aggregated data reports to analyse website traffic as a whole. Visitors are tracked anonymously and any data is only retained for a period of 26 months.

The only cookies used on this site are for anonymous analytics purposes through Google Analytics. The only other cookie used is to set your preference not to be tracked, should you wish to do so.