Gladiator Security Forums Privacy Statement
This statement discloses the privacy practices for Gladiator Security Forums. When you visit our Forums, you can expect to be notified of what personally identifiable information of yours is collected; how the information is used; with whom the information may be shared; and how you can correct any inaccuracies in the information.
Questions regarding this statement should be directed to email@example.com or send a Personal Message to anyone of the Administrative Staff.
Gladiator Security Forums is committed to protecting your privacy. We want you to feel free to express yourself on Gladiator Security Forums, so we are committed to allowing you to feel secure in an environment that puts you in control of what you share with the rest of the community.
What Information Does Gladiator Security Forums Collect?
You don't need to provide any information in order to browse the Gladiator Security Forums Index. A public list or forum is one whose archives are readable not only by the Members, but by any visitor to the Gladiator Security Forums - whether registered or not. On all public lists viewable through the Gladiator Security Website, the email addresses of participants are obscured so they are not obtainable by unauthorized visitors. We will NOT disclose, sell or exchange your personally identifiable information (name and email address) to or with anyone, without your express consent. The only circumstances under which personally identifiable information about Gladiator Security Forums users will be shared in a manner inconsistent to that stated above is if we believe disclosure is reasonably necessary to:
-comply with the law or legal process;
-protect or defend the rights or property of Gladiator-Antivirus.com or others;
-enforce our Terms of Service; or
-respond to claims that the content of any communication on the Security Forums violates the rights of others.
How Does Gladiator Security Forums Use the Information Collected?
We will aggregate user information of our members and visitors, to measure overall use of our site and interests regarding specific areas of the Gladiator Security Forums and to analyze how and where to use our resources.
Gladiator Security Forums uses both session cookies and persistent cookies (for an explanation of cookies, please see http://www.scriptarc...cookielib.html). Persistent cookies are used if you choose to enable the auto-login feature. These cookies are randomly generated and uniquely assigned to each user. They are not associated with any personally identifiable information such as name or password. Session cookies help us keep track of when a person is logged in. Once a user is logged in, session cookies allow us to personalize information on our Web site for them.
How Can I Change or Delete Information About Me Stored at Gladiator Security Forums?
As a registered Gladitor Security Forums Member, you have easy access to your information, along with the ability to change it. To change personal information and/or your e-mail address: Log in to your account. Click on My Controls at the top of the page beside your nickname. Make any changes you like.
Voluntary Termination of Membership
If you wish to end your Registered Membership with these Forums at any time, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a Personal Message to anyone of the Administrative Staff. We will make every effort to confirm and honor your request.
How Does Gladiator Security Forums Protect the Privacy of Children?
The Gladiator Security Forums are not intended for use by children under the age of 13 years. Children under the age of 18 years can register as Members provided they have the permission of a parent or guardian. By registering as Members they are indicating that they have permission from their parent or guardian to do so. As with any website, children can access all parts of the site which are accessible to the general public. See the "What Information Does Gladiator Security Forums Collect?" section of this document for an explanation of what information is publicly accessible through the Gladiator Security Forums website.
Changes to the Gladiator Security Forums Privacy Statement and Forums Rules
Gladiator Security Forums reserves the right to make changes to our Privacy Statement, Policies, and Forums Rules at any time and without notice. We may, at our discretion, provide an announcement of the change in our Forums. If you have any questions or comments about this policy, please send an email to email@example.com or send a Personal Message to anyone of the Administrative Staff.
Edited by TheSentinel, 23 June 2013 - 06:44 PM.
2013-06-23: Additions and corrections made