Updated: January 12, 2021
By accessing this website, you accept our use of your data as outlined below. If you disagree with our use of your data, do not use this website.
What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of text sent to your browser by websites you visit. It helps the website to remember information about you, for example, your preferred language. This can make your next visit easier and the site more useful to you.
- Types of cookies we use:
- Persistent Cookies - These are cookies we store in order to allow you to operate an account on the website. Without these, you would not be able to login to your account.
- Analytics & Security - These cookies are automatically set by third-parties we utilise in order to better understand the users of our website, as well as to provide essential protections for the website. Our Security related cookies are stored by Cloudflare (Cloudflare, Inc.), which provides DDoS mitigation for the website. We use Google Analytics (Google, LLC) for our analytics cookies.
In most major browsers, you have the ability to disable or remove cookies. In most cases, you will also be able to prevent cookies from being stored in the future by selecting certain options. Each browser you use will need to be configured separately since different browsers have different options for Cookies.
2. Third Parties
Excluding everything listed in section 5 of this policy, we will never sell, distribute, or copy any of the data we collect to third parties.
We may, from time to time, use third-party applications such as the Google ReCaptcha, Google Analytics, Cloudflare, etc, to enhance the user experience or for technical purposes. In these circumstances, any of the data we collect is not transmitted do them. You may be subject to their terms and conditions, you are responsible for your compliance with their terms and conditions.
3. Data Protection
We believe any and all sensitive data should be protected in some way, as such we encrypt any and all sensitive data such as passwords and IP Addresses. We opt to record IP Addresses to ensure users aren't operating multiple accounts. A designated tool is in place for the appropriate users to check if a user is using multiple accounts without exposing any IP addresses.
4. Data Collection
From time to time, you may need to fill in forms or applications - in these circumstances, whatever you enter is recorded. A large portion of the data we collect is used to verify you're only operating one account. Aside from the necessary server logs, we don't record data on users who are not logged in.
Data we record on logged-in users includes:
- Your Username
- Your Password
- Your IP Address
- Your Country
- Your Browser
- Your Operating System
- Your Cookies
- Any other information you provide in your account settings
5. HabboWH API
We operate two different APIs designed to grant external applications limited access to information stored on our website.
Only users authorized by the National Archives and Records Administration are granted access to the API. Any time your information is accessed by an external application, we make a record of it - which you can find within your account settings. To report abuse, send a message to the National Archives and Records Administration group on the website, remember to include a screenshot.
The information currently available to authorized users, via the API, is as follows:
- An API specific Unique ID for your account.
- Your Username
- Your Rank Information:
- in-Command level
- Flags (only accessible to the "HabBot" Discord Bot, and the National Archives and Records Administration)
- Non-sensitive data that allows authorised users to gain a basic understanding of your status in WH. A complete list of flags we share can be found in your account settings under "HabboWH API".
- (For the "HabboWH Login" API only) A secondary Unique ID for your account
- This is unique to each authorized app.
There is the ability for authorized users to request your information based on your Discord Account ID (if linked), however, this data is not sent out to authorized users.
6. More Information / Concerns / Questions
For more information, to raise concerns, or to ask questions, either send a message to the National Archives and Records Administration group on the website, or email [email protected].