Privacy overview

Cloud Content Delivery is an end-to-end service for live game updates that combines powerful asset management, cloud storage, and a reliable content delivery network (CDN). Cloud Content Delivery supports content management with buckets, releases, and badging for asset bundles.

This documentation is intended to assist products to display their privacy compliance to Developers. It is not intended to be used as legal guidance or as a replacement to reading Unity’s Privacy Policy. If you have questions about a term used, please see the Glossary below.

If you have further questions about the privacy implications of your product, please email with your question. For expediency, please list the product about which you are inquiring.

Personal data collected about app users/game players

Default Personal Data Collected (always collected in order for the product to work):

  • IP address (irreversibly hashed upon ingestion).

Optional Personal Data Collected (personal data which may be collected at choice/action of the end user/Developer):

  • Not possible.

Developer defined:

  • Not possible.

Relationship under privacy laws

Under GDPR, Unity is the Processor. You, the developer, are the Controller.

Under CCPA (as modified by CPRA), Unity is the Service Provider. You, the developer, are the Business.

As Unity is the Processor, we do not determine your legal basis for processing. Instead, it is your responsibility as the Controller to determine such a legal basis.

This product does not have a consent service. If the Developer determines they need to obtain consent, or provide an opt-out, they must implement it client-side in a way determined by the developer.

Data subject requests

N/A - Data is not retained in an identifiable format in our system.


This product has no dependencies on other Unity products impacting player data and privacy. External dependencies include Akamai as the CDN for CCD.

It is often used with Addressables, though this is not a dependency. Please see the documentation for Addressables if utilizing this package in conjunction with CCD.

Data retention

Data is not retained in an identifiable format in our system.

Child privacy

If required to do so under applicable laws, you (the developer) must obtain Verified Parental Consent prior to submitting child-user data, as outlined in the Unity Terms of Service.

Privacy policy requirements

It is never appropriate to use Unity’s privacy policy for your application. You will need to ensure that the personal data practices are reflected in your Privacy Policy, as required in the Unity Terms of Service.

Data Processing Agreement (DPA)

Unity DPA applies to the transfer of data for this product.

Glossary & notable laws

  • GDPR - The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) took effect in the European Economic Area (EEA). References to GDPR also encompass UK GDPR which is the UK’s version of GDPR which applies post-Brexit.
  • CCPA - The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA).
  • PIPL - In November of 2021, Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL) took effect in China.
  • LGPD - The Brazilian General Data Protection Law.
  • VCDPA - The Virginia Consumer Data Protection Act .
  • CPA - The Colorado Privacy Act.
  • CTDPA - The Connecticut Data Protection Act.
  • UCPA - The Utah Consumer Privacy Act.
  • PIPEDA - The Canadian Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act.
  • COPPA - The Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) imposes restrictions on how data can be collected and used from children under the age of 13.
  • CARU- A self-regulatory organization for the promotion of responsible privacy practices to children under the age of 13.
  • DPA - A Data Processing Addendum (or Data Processing Agreement) forms part of a contract and governs the rights and obligations of each party concerning the processing of personal data.
  • ATT - iOS 14 and later requires publishers to obtain permission to track the user's device across applications. This device setting is called App Tracking Transparency, or ATT.