- The PlayerVault fee pays for that secure storage for a 365-day period, regardless of if or how many times a user logs in or registers for other programs on KYCK’s services during that period.
- On the 366th day and beyond, PlayerVault’s service will not cease — KYCK will continue to maintain the data securely with best-in-class bank-level encryption methods for as long as the account and information associated with it is in our system
- If an account is reactivated for any reason (such as registering for a new program via KYCK), the account will be charged a PlayerVault fee again to renew the service for another 365-day period.
Why does KYCK care about player information?
It is an unfortunate truth that there are deep flaws with the way player data is stored, secured and presented in our sport — both online and offline. This is an issue generally, but the risk is heightened when this data includes sensitive information about children. Many parents are not aware, for example, that by simply registering their child for a program, they may opt in to have information such as their child’s GPA, school, schedule, and picture posted and publicly available online. With PlayerVault, and with KYCK, this will never happen.
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