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Question: I don't want to risk my family, friends, spouse to know about my activities. I am concerned that my name or location or ip address may appear on the site and damage my life. How safe is it to use your site? How can I protect my privacy?

Answer:

First of all, we do not disclose any data other than the details you provided. So if you use nickname instead of your real name, do not place any identifiable photos, do not place your email or phone on the forum or blog, your reputation and privacy are well protected. Nobody will see your name, photo, IP address, home address, phone number or email unless you yourself disclose it.

Generally speaking, there are two main threats to your privacy. One is information that you place on the web or that can be collected and disclosed by the sites you visited. Another is your personal computer that may be accessed by your employers, family members, colleagues etc. We will show you how to minimize the risks from both sides.

The sensible information that can be collected and disclosed on websites include your name, photo, address, phone number, email address, IP address, operation system and browser your use on your computer and any other kind of information you provide about yourself on forums, blogs, ads etc.
The sensible data that can be accessed from your local computer includes your email account, browser history, browser cache, clipboard content and sometimes it's history.

Your real name

We don't ask for your real name. Never use your real name, use nickname instead. If you don't provide your name it can't be disclosed. Pretty simple.

Your photo

Again if you don't place your photo, it can't be disclosed. Or you can blur your face or use other techniques to make the picture unidentifiable.

Phone number

If you are not a provider there is no need for you to give us your phone number. Moreover, it's against our site rules to place phone numbers in blog entries, forum posts, ad texts and other public accessible areas. Escorts can place their phone numbers only in special phone fields in their profiles.

Email

First of all, if you follow our site rules the only place where you type in your email is your profile form. You are not allowed and for security and privacy protection reasons should not include your email in other places (forum posts, blog post etc.). In this case, your email will never appear on the site and will never be collected by any robots, search engine bots etc.

Second, we have an option to hide your email address from other site members. It can anytime be changed in your profile form. If you choose to hide your email it will never be visible to site members, unless you yourself contact them using email form. So just check this field and nobody will see your email.

Site members will still be able to send emails to you, so it's a good idea not to use your work email account or the account that can be seen by your spouse. Often, online users do not realize that email sent to or from their work account is likely to be an open book to their employers. Even if you send an email from your home, a copy is often stored on your employer's main server. Your boss has a legal right to read any and all correspondence in this account or on your work computer at any time.

Getting a separate account for your hobby activities allows you to check your personal messages without using your work or home email account. We highly recommend to use yahoo.com or gmail.com for these purposes.

IP address

If you follow the site rules we never disclose your IP address to anybody.

Browser cache

After you browse the web, copies of all accessed pages and images are saved on your computer's memory. While these copies make subsequent visits to the same sites faster, the browsing record has grave implications for personal privacy, particularly if you share a computer or browse at work. To clean out your cache in Internet Explorer 5 & 6, select Tools, Internet Options. With the General tab selected, click Delete Files in the 'Temporary Internet files' section. Under the Advanced tab Security section place a check mark to Empty Temporary Internet Files folder when browser is closed. In Netscape 4 or higher, select Edit, Preferences. In the Category tree, double-click Advanced and then select Cache. In the Cache section, click Clear Memory Cache and OK. Then click the Clear Disk Cache button.

Browser history

The browser keeps a history log that identifies each web address you visit. If you're on a public machine, you need to purge your history periodically. To clean out your history log in IE 5 & 6, select Tools, Internet Options. In the General tab, click the Clear History button and follow the prompt and change Days to keep pages in history to zero. In Netscape 4 or higher, select Edit, Preferences, choose Navigator in the Category window, and then click Clear History.


FAQ Category: General Questions
Added on: 04/25/07 20:30, views: 104782

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