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CyberAcme is not private
All information found on CyberAcme is public, including anything you add to an article or on a user page about yourself. In essence, you are publishing all information that you add when posting to the site.
CyberAcme does not require the collection of personal information from its users. Providing CyberAcme with your real name and/or email address is optional. Your IP address will be made public only if you edit without logging in for the sake of attributing those edits. Create an account or do not edit if you do not want your IP address to be made public. If you post personally-identifiable information (e.g. name, location, birthday) and you wish to have it removed, CyberAcme will work with you to remove it.
CyberAcme contains spoilers
CyberAcme maintains the policy of documenting all information about the Marathon universe in an "omniscient" point of view. Though there is a "spoiler" warning for content of material that has not yet been released, it is by no means used every time spoilers are present. When using CyberAcme, you will find that every article contains as complete and thorough information as is possible. If you do not wish to have the details of any Marathon storyline spoiled for you, it would be best if you did not use CyberAcme until you have finished playing or reading through the storyline.
CyberAcme is not censored
CyberAcme is a wiki about the Marathon universe, including the Marathon games, which the majority of are rated "M" by the Entertainment Software Rating Board. This means that CyberAcme's content is intended for mature audiences, aged 17 and older. The content of CyberAcme's articles and images are therefore also intended for audiences 17 and older. Since the website cannot censor information, it is best to use discretion when viewing CyberAcme's content.
CyberAcme documents sensitive issues
The Marathon franchise deals with subject topics that are sensitive in nature, and that some users may find inappropriate, disturbing, or offensive. CyberAcme documents all information related to the Marathon franchise, including these aspects. As a result, readers should exercise caution when reading CyberAcme's articles, as some of the wiki's content could act as a trauma trigger.