Privacy Policy

We collect your name, email address and optionally your date of birth and your mailing address, should you choose to make a mail order purchase from our webstore. You may amend this information at any time by logging into your Account through our website.
We do not monitor and are not set up to handle do-not-track requests from web browsers.
We will never sell or distribute the information you provide to us except to
1. disclose information to effect a transaction,
2. to protect the company’s and other’s rights, safety and property,
3. if required by law or legal process,
4. with your consent, or
5. in the event of a sale of the company or all or some of its assets.
We will never require information from you that isn't appropriate to the successful running of the The Ministry of Dice. Providing us with your e-mail address is necessary so that we may contact you regarding matters specifically to do with The Ministry of Dice (such as lost password retrieval and notification of comments posted about your pictures).
We will take appropriate measures to protect your information from being stolen or accessed by third parties. We back up all user accounts as a precaution to protect against loss or damage. This back up is stored on our local computer and security measures taken to protect against theft and alteration. However, although all reasonable steps are taken, we cannot guarantee total integrity of the data and images you choose to store with us, therefore such information stored should not be confidential or irreplaceable and is done so at your own risk.​
We use cookies or similar technology to manage and improve our Site and to collect aggregate information about site usage by all of our users. A cookie is a text file that our Site transfers to your computer's hard drive for record-keeping purposes and to enhance the quality of your visit to our Site. The cookie assigns a random, unique number to your computer. We may use cookies that expire when you close your browser (session cookies) and cookies that remain on your browser for an extended period of time (persistent cookies).
We may permit third parties to place cookies through the Site to provide us with better insights into the use of the Site or user demographics or to provide relevant advertising to you. These third parties may collect information about a consumer’s online activities over time and across different websites when he or she uses our website. You can set your browser to refuse cookies, but doing so will limit system performance and may even cause certain features of the Site to malfunction or not to work at all.