The following document is designed to outline various facets of practice concerning our commitment to privacy here at The Audio Portal.
Your information is automatically logged
All user information is logged to efficiently administer the website whilst retaining the ability to diagnose issues with our server. Any information collected will be not be handed over to third party sources, but may be handed over to law enforcement services in the case that your account is connected to illegal activity.
When registering, users will be asked to provide contact information. This is so that The Audio Portal has the ability to contact you regarding any issues, such as loss of credentials.
The Audio Portal releases events and contests on a periodical basis. Contact information may be used to inform users, particularly through use of e-mail.
The website contains links to content unrelated to The Audio Portal. We are not responsible for content or site practices displayed outside of The Audio Portal’s website.
Public Communication Features
The website offers users the ability to communicate using the forum and chatroom. It is vital that users understand that any information they disclose will become public. Users must be cautious if posting personal information.
Links contained on the website may be deemed unsuitable for children, thereby making The Audio Portal non compliant to the Online Privacy Act Guidelines.
Users retain the ability to opt out of future update via contact information. This can be achieved through the account settings page.
Users retain the ability to change any information displayed on their profile. This can be achieved through the account options page.
If you have any issues or questions regarding the website, you may contact a member of administration through firstname.lastname@example.org