Forum - Russell Kaplan's Legacy

Privacy Policy

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  2. » Information Stored
  3. » Other Information

This discussion forum is powered by NoNonsense Forum (here after “NNF”). As a forum, NNF is unique in what and the way it stores information, notably in what it doesn’t store, compared to other forums.

Information Collected:

The only information you are asked to provide is a name, password and the text that you wish to publish.

Information Stored:

  • The name and message you provide is stored as part of the discussion feed and made public.
    The name can be any text and you do not have to use your real name or any identifying moniker

  • The password you provide is one-way encrypted once received and stored only in this encrypted form — this means that NNF (and the site owner) does not know your password and cannot recover it

  • If this forum provides selectable translations then changing the display language will set a cookie specifying your chosen language.

    A Cookie is a small piece of text stored on your computer used to remember some kind of interaction with a website, in this case which language you have selected. NNF only uses cookies to remember the language selection and does not track you in any way. It is completely safe to delete the cookie

Other Information:

  • Please note that NoNonsense Forum is free, open-source software, adaptable by anybody with sufficient knowledge; this forum may be collecting additional information beyond this privacy policy. The person who owns and operates this website may have additional privacy policies in place. Please contact the site owner with any questions

  • Almost all websites collect visitor information, which typically includes details such as your I.P. address, time of access and web browser (also possibly operating system) identifying mark. These details are typically used for measuring traffic and finding faults. None of this information is collected by any part of NoNonsense Forum itself; again, contact the website owner with any questions

  • The search feature is controlled by a third party (usually Google), and will certainly collect information. Please check their website for their privacy policy