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Disclaimer and privacy

Post by The Greenhouse » September 18, 2006, 9:11 pm

This forum is NOT affiliated with the NRL or any NRL club.

The views expressed on this board are the views of the author only. They are not the views expressed by the Greenhouse, it's owners, supporters or the management. It is a condition of use of this forum that individual posters take responsibility for material they post on the forum and accept they, and only they, can be held liable in relation to anything posted. Please be aware that any slanderous or defamatory posts written by individuals may see them held legally liable. This forum encourages free speech, but it must be within the confines of the law.

While the administrators and moderators of this forum will attempt to remove or edit any generally objectionable material as quickly as possible, it is impossible to review every message. Therefore you acknowledge that all posts made to these forums express the views and opinions of the author and not the administrators, moderators or webmaster (except for posts by these people) and hence will not be held liable.

Some content of the site may not be suitable for all audiences. While the site aims to filter bad language, some content may still not be suitable for younger people. If there is content that readers find to be inappropriate, they should contact an Administrator or Moderator via private message or contact the Administrators at the.greenhouse.forum@gmail.com.

The following explains how The Greenhouse's phpbb software collects information during any session of usage of the site. We undertake to protect your private information, and by using and registering and using the site, you consent to the collection of the following.

Your information is collected via two ways. Firstly, browsing will cause the phpBB software to create a number of cookies, which are small text files that are downloaded on to your computer’s web browser temporary files. The first two cookies just contain a user identifier (hereinafter “user-id”) and an anonymous session identifier (hereinafter “session-id”), automatically assigned to you by the phpBB software. A third cookie will be created once you have browsed topics and is used to store which topics have been read, thereby improving your user experience.

The second way in which we collect your information is by what you submit to us. This happens when you register on the site (hereinafter “your account”) and submit posts after registration and whilst logged in (hereinafter “your posts”). In addition the phpbb software will also store the IP address that you use to post with. The personal details that you gave us when you signed up or later will be used solely for the purposes of board functionality. They will not be used for anything else and neither will they be passed on to any third party.

Your account will contain a uniquely identifiable name (hereinafter “your user name”), a personal password used for logging into your account (hereinafter “your password”) and a personal, valid e-mail address (hereinafter “your e-mail”).

Your password is ciphered so that it is secure. However, it is recommended that you do not reuse the same password across a number of different websites. Your password is the means of accessing your account at The Greenhouse, so please guard it carefully and under no circumstance will anyone affiliated with The Greenhouse will ask you for your password.

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