I have questions…
I struggle to see what anyone could possibly gain from the information from a AoE2 match that would be of a detriment to you. If you could you elaborate on your specific concerns, then we would be able to address them as to whether or not there is a real risk that needs to be dealt with.
From the few things that you mentioned…
- Steam Name - unless you have put your real name & location to be viewed publicly by everyone on your steam profile (if so then shame on you for even posting this) then what risk is it if a random person on the internet (RPOTI) is scrolling through a list of games and happens upon your name? Additionally, they would have no way of tying any identification to that random steam name (unless of course you have posted stuff on the internet tying your person info to that steam name).
- Time & Date Played - again why would it be a problem if a RPOTI is able to see the time & date of a random steam user?
- In-game chat - Do you really chat anything in the middle of a AoE2DE game that you would find incriminating or scared to be accessible on the internet? Even still, this chat is not tied to you, but to a SteamUserName that only gives away what personal information you allow…
If there is one thing that I have learned over the years it is the following. If you are concerned about privacy and security to such an extent where your online interactions give you cause for alarm … don’t browse the internet and don’t play online games because everything you do online is tracked and stored for someone to view.
When you came to this website:
- if you are like 77% of people, you used a computer that has windows that is storing information of your interactions locally and sending it to microsoft,
- if you are like 63% of people, you used chrome which sends & stores information of your online interactions to google
- if you are like any person alive on the internet, you used an Internet Service Provider who logs and keeps track every site you ever visited.
Also side note, if you are like 51% of people in the world, then you use social media platforms that take your personal information and sell it to the highest bidder.
AND did you know that I can click on your profile and learn your username, I can find out the exact time and date when you posted, and even can check what you talked with other users on this forum about (along with a host of other things about you).
I really think that a website that lists the information from a game of age of empires 2 is the least of your privacy concerns …