Privacy Policy

By using nycga.net, you agree to the collection and use of your personal information as described in this policy. If we make any significant changes to this policy, we will notify you by posting a notice of such changes on the login page.

Please submit any feedback about this policy or any other concerns you may have at http://www.nycga.net/feedback/

Summary

We will never spam you or give your private information to anyone.
You control when and how we send e-mail messages to you.
You may freely read any site content without prior registration.

How we treat your information

We will never spam you.

We send certain e-mail notifications to registered accounts by default, but these can be modified or cancelled at any time by visiting the Settings > Notifications tab of your account page.

We will never disclose your personal information.

We will never sell, rent or share your e-mail address to any 3rd party without your explicit permission.

We give you full control over your information, including the ability to delete it at any time.

You can update your account information and preferences at any time.

What information do we collect?

Personal: Email addresses, password

All passwords are stored on our server in encrypted form, which makes us unable to view them. However, we can generate a new one and send it to you in case you forget it.

Optional: Name (or pseudonym), phone number, twitter account, skills, other profile fields, posts

This information is completely optional and is made public to viewers of the site to help them get to know you.

Usage: Number of logins, last login, activity and error logs

This data helps us monitor, diagnose and fix problems with the site.

Cookies and log files

nycga.net sends a “cookie” to your computer that contains an identification number that is unique to the computer you are using. We use this cookie to provide you with a continuous experience, and for us to record how our service is being used.

As is done with most web sites, we log each visit to each web page. A log entry can contain information typically found in the “header” of your web browser’s request such as the browser type you used, your Internet Protocol address, and the date and time of day. We may also log your cookie’s identification number and the URL of the last site you visited. This log information is important for security, audit, quality improvement, as well as for monitoring the health of our service.

This is a living document

If you feel that there is anything to add please make edits to the wiki draft version of this document. wiki.occupyeverywhere.org