Privacy Policy

We collect no personal information about you when you visit our website, unless otherwise stated, or unless you choose to provide this information to us. We do, however, collect and store this information automatically:

  • the internet Protocol (IP) address of the domain from which you access the Internet, whether yours individually or provided as a proxy by your ISP
  • the date and time you access our site
  • the URLs of the pages, images, sound files, etc. you peruse
  • the URL of the page you linked from to get to our site

We use these summary statistics to help us make our site more useful to visitors, such as assessing what information is of most and least interest to them, and for other purposes such as determining the site's technical design specifications and identifying system performance or problem areas. This information is not shared with anyone beyond our support staff, and is used only as a source of anonymous statistical data.

Users are required to provide a valid email address when they register so that we can communicate with them and validate that they are a legitimate user. The user information that you provide when you register is not shared with third parties.

We also use session cookies to remember who you are as you navigate the website. By default, web pages really don't have any "memory"; cookies act as a sort of "bookmark" within the site so that you can easily navigate and not need to reenter your username and password repeatedly.

Creating and Playing Cards — Community vs. Private Content

When you create a deck of cards, you have two choices to make about how public or private you want your content to be.

The first choice relates to who can PLAY the deck. The most exclusive option is to publish for personal use by you and the creative team. This is the default sharing selection. The next level allows you to define a Special Guest List (identified by email address) that is allowed to access and play the deck. The Team Up option allows the deck to be played by anyone with a Diamondtime* account, and the Anyone option allows anyone to play your deck (in demo mode), even if they are not registered or logged in.

The second choice determines who can CREATE from your decks. In other words, whether other people can use your creative content in the making of their own cards. If you check the box below the audience choice, all card content uploaded will become a part of the Community Resources, and others will be able to reuse it, provided they are included in your PLAY setting. For example, if you only allow Special Guest List to play, then only Special Guest List can copy your cards and images when you check the box. If you do not want the contents of your cards (illustrations, audio, text) to be accessible by anyone but you and your team, then do not check the box.

Note: if you are a member of a creative team, everyone on that team will have access to the cards and creative assets published by the team. Also, everyone on your team will have access to your email address.

‘Listing’ Your Deck in Team Up Community

If you make your deck available to the community, you also have the option to include it in the Team Up directory. Check this box to include your deck in the Team Competitions and to have it display in the Power Spheres ‘Add Decks’ menu.

If you want to restrict access and visibility of your deck to only those people who access it through a deck link, do not check the box, and share the deck link directly with the communities of your choice.