|When we say...
||... we mean:
|"the Wikimedia Foundation" / "the Foundation" / "we" / "us" / "our"
||The Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., the non-profit organization that operates the Wikimedia Sites.
|"Wikimedia Sites" / "our services"
||Wikimedia websites and services (regardless of language), including our main projects, such as Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons, as well as mobile applications, APIs, emails, and notifications.
|“this site” / “the site” / “Wikipedia 15 site”
||The Wikipedia 15 site (“this site,” “the site”) includes all pages under the domain https://15.wikipedia.org.
|"you" / "your" / "me"
||You, regardless of whether you are an individual, group, or organization, and regardless of whether you are using the Wikipedia 15 site or our services on behalf of yourself or someone else.
||Information you provide us or information we collect from you that could be used to personally identify you. To be clear, while we do not necessarily collect all of the following types of information, we consider at least the following to be “personal information” if it is otherwise nonpublic and can be used to identify you:
- (a) your real name, address, phone number, email address, password, identification number on government-issued ID, IP address, user-agent information, credit card number; and
- (b) when associated with one of the items in subsection (a), any sensitive data such as date of birth, gender, sexual orientation, racial or ethnic origins, marital or familial status, medical conditions or disabilities, political affiliation, and religion.
|"third party" / "third parties"
||Individuals, entities, websites, services, products, and applications that are not controlled, managed, or operated by the Wikimedia Foundation. This includes other Wikimedia users and independent organizations or groups who help promote the Wikimedia movement such as Wikimedia chapters, thematic organizations, and user groups as well as volunteers, employees, directors, officers, grant recipients, and contractors of those organizations or groups.