The Brooklyn Tabernacle Forum website is public. Posts made on The Forum are immediately viewable and searchable by anyone around the world. You can also use The Forum under a pseudonym if you prefer not to use your real name.
Email addresses are required when creating an account. Unless you use your email address as your username, your email address will not be made public We use your email address to authenticate your account and keep it – and our services – secure, and to help prevent spam, fraud, and abuse. You can change your email address in your account settings.
You can choose to share additional information with us like a public profile. Public profile information will be made public.
In addition to information you share with us, we may use your Posts as Featured Posts or in other parts of The Brooklyn Tabernacle Forum website.
If you have questions about this policy, how we collect or process your personal data, or anything else related to our privacy practices, we want to hear from you. You can contact us any time.
You are responsible for your Posts and other information you provide through our services, and you should think carefully about what you make public, especially if it is sensitive information. If you update your public information on The Forum, such as by deleting a Post or deactivating your account, we may reflect your updated content on The Forum.
We receive information when you interact with our services, which we refer to as “Log Data.” This Log Data includes information such as your IP address, browser type, operating system, the referring web page, pages visited, location. We use Log Data to protect the security of the website and accounts.
We do not sell, transfer, or make available your email address to non-affiliated entities.
It may be that from time to time, there is a Post on The Forum, which requires us to reach out to you via email to follow up on more details or questions we may have to further clarify information in your post. You have the right to not answer any or all correspondence. If, after three (3) attempts to connect with you, we do not receive a reply, we will consider your non-response as your answer and will not make further attempts.