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Author Topic: Courtesy guidelines for posting other people's sensitive personal information  (Read 1739 times)
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« on: March 13, 2009, 02:20:37 PM »

Bearing in mind that The TACP Marketplace and TACP Lobby are fora that are open to the public, including people with both good intentions and bad intentions, please be guided by the following guidelines of courtesy when using the board:

1) please refrain from posting contact numbers of other people. it's best that they themselves post their own sensitive personal information such as their contact number, email address, address, daily schedules, etc..

2) if that person does not have access to the board, the more reason you should not post his/her number because he/she is not as familiar to the dynamics of posting information on a public board (and its potentially negative consequences) as you are.

3) if you still can't resist to share another person's contact number to another board user, please use the PM function to relay it to the intended recipient, instead of divulging it for the whole public to see.

If you are posting in behalf of a seller/buyer and you claim that you have been authorized by that person to post his/her sensitive personal information, you hereby agree to bear full responsibility for divulging the said information. The Moderators also reserve the right to verify that information and take appropriate action when it is established that no such consent was ever given.

Remember, our identities are very valuable and such sensitive information could be easily used for sinister intentions such as identity theft, prank calls or even burglary.

The TACP board is not owned by any single person and all users are subject to the same set of rules and regulations. Any violation of its rules will be dealt with corresponding action consistently and objectively.

Bottom line: You don't want to receive prank calls or get victimized by identity thieves, just as we also don't want that to happen to us. So let's all please respect and value personal sensitive information especially in public venues.  Whistling Wink

so many ways to be honest, only one to be sincere
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