Saferpedia:Privacy policy

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In order to be able to add or edit an article, asks you to create an user account. Information supplied by you are necessary so your work on to be identified (like your articles and your updates to existing articles). If you will fill in your real name when registering, it will appear instead of your username when you realize a modification in Saferpedia. does not ask other personal information excepting your name and e-mail, which are optional, meaning that you have the option to leave these fields empty when registering. may use technologies allowing it to collect specific technical information about you, like your IP address, your Operating System, your browser, etc.

Members' security

During registration process, each user inserts a unique username and a password. The user is responsible for keeping the password private and for information posted using it's own account.

If one user posts offensive or aggressive information against another user or in general or if the posted information are considered to be inappropriate regarding Saferpedia's nature, the account will be banned and information deleted. will not be made responsible for any loses, charges, damage, expenditures, trials, prizes, penalties or taxes generated by breaking privacy provisions.

The public and collaborative nature of Saferpedia

Saferpedia is a project of Positive Media developed in project. Saferpedia's content is collaboratively developed by its users. Anyone with Internet access may edit the publicly editable pages only by logging in as a registered user. By doing this, editors create a published document, and a public record of every word added, subtracted, or changed. This is a public act, and editors are identified publicly as the author of such changes. All contributions made to a Project, and all publicly available information about those contributions, are irrevocably licensed and may be freely copied, quoted, reused and adapted by third parties with few restrictions.