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Privacy advies

Prior to joining, you must consider and decide, yourself, the extent to which you wish to reveal information about yourself to the large community of Users and to and you must not communicate to and its Users any information the dissemination of which could be harmful to you.


Wees bewust van je privacy

De acht geboden voor internet privacy.

1 Maak gebruik van een bijnaam op forums, blogs en chatten om uw privacy te beschermen.

2 Maak een apart e-mailadres te gebruiken bij de communicatie op forums en weblogs als u uw privacy nog beter wilt garanderen

3 Gebruik geen wachtwoorden die zijn duidelijk voor anderen om te raden, zie ons wachtwoord artikel hieronder.

4 Wijzig uw wachtwoord regelmatig

5 Wees voorzichtig bij het plaatsen van e-mail adres, telefoonnummers enz. op het openbaar toegankelijke gedeelte van de site.

6 Plaats geen afbeelingen die kunnen worden gekoppeld aan privacy gevoelige informatie (straatnaam borden, enz).

7 Deel geen , of verleen toegang tot  prive of vertrouwelijke medische informatie aan andere deelnemers, tenzij je 100% zeker van de identiteit van deze persoon

8 Geef nooit je wachtwoord of gebruikersnaam aan  de andere deelnemers ook onze beheerders zullen nooit vragen om wachtwoorden of soortgelijke informatie.


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Privacy, your own responsibility.

Like any other community website helps you share information with your friends and people around you. We have built to make it easy to share information with people with which you share the same interests. You choose what information you put in your profile, including contact and personal information, pictures, and interests.  We understand you may not want every user to have the information you share on the website ; that is why we give you control of your information. You control the users with whom you share that information through the privacy settings on the Profile page.

Please keep in mind that if you disclose personal information in your profile or when posting comments, messages, photos, videos or other items , this information may become publicly available, even-though you can set privacy options that limit access to your content. Please be aware that no security measures are perfect or impenetrable. You cannot control the actions of other Users with whom you may choose to share your pages and information. Be aware that even after removal, copies of User Content may remain viewable in cached and archived pages or if other Users have copied or stored your User Content.
Links may contain links to other websites. We encourage you, when you leave our site, to read the privacy statements of each and every web site that collects personally identifiable information.

Changing or Removing Information
Access and control over most personal information on is readily available through the profile editing tools. You as a user may modify or delete any of your profile information at any time by logging into your account. The profile information will be updated immediately. If you wish to deactivate your account you can send an personal message or PM to one of our administrators stating that you want your profiel te be deactivated.Removed information may persist in backup copies for a reasonable period of time but will not be generally available to members of

Where you make use of the communication features of the service to share information with other individuals on, however, (e.g., sending a personal message to another user) you generally cannot remove such communications.

How to create a strong password and password security.

Some general information on how to create a strong password.

A strong password is all about a long random string of characters.
Make it lengthy. The use of > 8 characters is good, >14 characters is best.

* Some systems also allow the use of the space bar in passwords, so you can create a phrase made of many words.
* Combine letters, numbers, and symbols. The greater the variation the harder it is to guess.
* The fewer types of characters in your password, the longer it must be.    * Use the entire keyboard, not just the most common characters but also those symbols unique to your language.

Use words and phrases that are easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess. The easiest way to remember your passwords and pass phrases is to write them down. Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing wrong with writing passwords down, but they need to be adequately protected in order to remain secure and effective.

Use these steps to develop a strong password:

1. Think of a sentence that you can remember like ‘my house is at the end of the street’ or ‘ my daughter is 6 years old’  etc.
2. Check if the computer or online system supports the pass phrase (with spaces between characters) directly.
3. If the website or system doe not support the space key then convert the phrase to a password. Take the first letter of each word of the sentence that you've created to create a new, nonsensical word. Using the example above, you'd get: „ mhiateots” or "mdi6yo".
4. Add complexity by mixing uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. It is valuable to use some letter swapping or misspellings as well.
5. Test your new password with this Password Checker

Password strategies to avoid

Some common methods used to create passwords are easy to guess by criminals. To avoid weak, easy-to-guess passwords:
•    Avoid sequences or repeated characters. "12345678," "222222," "abcdefg,"
•    Avoid using only look-alike substitutions of numbers or symbols like H€mat0$Life
•    Avoid your login name. Any part of your name, birthday, social security number, or similar information for your loved ones constitutes a bad password choice. This is one of the first things criminals will try.
•    Use more than one password everywhere.

Keep your passwords secret

Treat your passwords and pass phrases with as much care as the information that they protect.
•    Don't reveal them to others.
•    Protect any recorded passwords. Be careful where you store the passwords that you record or write down.
•    Never provide your password over e-mail or based on an e-mail request.
•    Change your passwords regularly.
•    Do not type passwords on computers that you do not control. Computers such as those in Internet cafés, computer labs, shared systems, kiosk systems, conferences, and airport lounges should be considered unsafe for any personal use other than anonymous Internet browsing.

This password article is an abstract, the full article can be read by clicking on this link.
Create a strong password
Password checker

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