Your privacy is paramount. We promise to never give away, trade, or sell your information. Even if Uncle Sam ask for your information, they'll have to get it in other ways.
We promise to do all that is reasonably possible of us to keep your data, content, and settings secure from hackers and prying eyes.
Your data, content, and settings will reside permanently in our database on our servers unless you request via Private Message or Email to the Board Administrator to have this information removed.
Information that you post to our website will be visible to all other members of our website. Exception: Any private message that you send to another member -will not- be seen by all other members.
The only entity that can or must see any or all information that you post or provide, is our Board Administrator. Exception: The Board Administrator cannot read your private messages. The Board Administrator has repeatedly clearly demonstrated the ability to adhere to strict data sensitivity standards in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996. The Board Administrator has also passed multiple FBI background checks which enabled them to provide services to clients in the mental health arena.
You can share as little or as much as you like on our website.
Nobody, including the Board Administrator, can view your password. If you lose your password, you will have to request another one. Only you will see your new password via your registered email account.
While our website is secure so that others can't hack into your information, the Internet that you're using now to transfer your information on is not secure.
If you are concerned about people on the Internet or our website seeing your real information, please consider using an alias and an additional free email account, etc. There are innumerable ways the get an additional email account. One way to discover how to get a free email account is by searching the web. Example: https://www.google.com/#q=free%20email%20account
Even greater/extended anonymity can be had by using a proxy or VPN service. This type of service keeps anyone from knowing of your true geographical location, web browser version, operating system and more. There are innumerable ways to do this. You can find a free service by searching the web for free proxy service. For example: http://www.google.com/#q=free+proxy+service
While we would like to use encryption on our website such as what banking institutions use, this feature is not currently within our budget.