Difference between revisions of "ESL:Privacy policy"

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Please be aware that the information you introduce into the ESL wiki as contribution to any entry will be publicly available.
 
Please be aware that the information you introduce into the ESL wiki as contribution to any entry will be publicly available.
  
In order to contribute you need to register. The information you give for registration will be solely used for giving access to the system and for identifying the authorship of contributions and changes, as kept by the Mediawiki server.
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In order to contribute to the ESL you need to register. The information you give for registration will be solely used for giving access to the system and for identifying the authorship of contributions and changes, as kept by the Mediawiki server.
  
We encourage contributors to be identifiable in order to promote the possibly transfer of responsibilities on the entries. Users should be aware of the fact that the information they may introduce about themselves in any entry (in particular, in a user entry), will also be publicly available.
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We encourage contributors to be identifiable and/or contactable in order to promote the possible transfer of responsibilities on the entries. However, users should be aware of the fact that the information they may introduce about themselves in any entry (in particular, in a user entry), will also be publicly available.

Revision as of 12:06, 18 July 2014

Please be aware that the information you introduce into the ESL wiki as contribution to any entry will be publicly available.

In order to contribute to the ESL you need to register. The information you give for registration will be solely used for giving access to the system and for identifying the authorship of contributions and changes, as kept by the Mediawiki server.

We encourage contributors to be identifiable and/or contactable in order to promote the possible transfer of responsibilities on the entries. However, users should be aware of the fact that the information they may introduce about themselves in any entry (in particular, in a user entry), will also be publicly available.