Use of registration information in the forum. All existing forum posts can be viewed by anyone; you do not need to register. Registering allows you to post messages to the forum. Since the forum is an interactive community, there must be some form of control structure to limit who can and who cannot post. For example, if you have a member who is posting obscene posts, there has to be a way to block that person from posting. Therefore, we require a login, which can be taken away if needed. The forum will also record your IP address for the same person. This is to eliminate the same person posting under different user names. Please remember that any information provided in your profile (registration information), will be able to be seen by other forum members by clicking on the “memberlist”. Providing more information will enhance you forum experience, but if you do not feel comfortable with others seeing any of this information, do not include it. Also, keep in mind that any information that you have provided can be modified at any time by clicking on the “profile” button.
Use of registration information in User Reviews. Like the forum, user reviews can be read by anyone without registering. However, if you would like to submit a user review, registration is required. Again the only reason is for a checks and balances system. Since a review system depends on unbiased information, only one user review per site is allowed per person. The only way to control this is through a login and by checking ip address. Once you submit a user review, the only registration or profile information that will be displayed with the review is your username.
The only additional use of registration information is to identify you as a return visitor. The site will identify you as a return visitor IF you have logged in to the site or if you have previously logged in and checked the “Log me on automatically each visit” box (see cookie use below). When the site recognizes you as a return visitor, it will hide introductory text, which it is assumed you have already read and don’t need to read again. For example: “Welcome to this page, it will describe such and such to you, if you are new here than be sure to read through this page, etc…”. This is to make the site more user friendly for return visitors. If you are a return visitor and would like to see the introductory text, you can simply logout.
Other than when you post to the forum or submit a user review, your activities on the site are not recorded in any way. We do not record when you logged in, what pages you visited, etc…
Cookie use. Survey Jury will place a cookie on your computer if you check the ” Log me in automatically each visit” box when you login. The sole purpose of this cookie is to store your login information so that you do not have to login each time you visit Survey Jury.
What we will NOT do!
Now for the important part. Survey Jury will NEVER distribute your registration (profile) information in any way or under any circumstances, unless required by law. This means that I will not sell, give away, casually mention or use your information in any other way than what I have mentioned above. I also will not send you unsolicited emails or email of any kind from a third party. By registering you are not signing up for any kind of list or newsletter or giving me any permission, with the exception to the following, to send you email.
You may receive email from Survey Jury under the following circumstances:
When you first register, you will be sent a confirmation email. This is simply to verify a valid email address and contains a link that must be clicked in order to complete registration. This is not only to eliminate invalid registrations, but also to protect you from having someone else register using your email address.
In the forum, when you post a message, you have the option to receive an email notification when someone replies to your post. You can also choose to receive email notifications on other posts as well. In either case, this is completely optional and is meant as a convenience to you.
If you request that I send you an email. If you send me an email either asking me to send you an invitation, asking a question or giving a comment, I will assume that you would like for me to reply to you email via email. Likewise, if you post a message to the forum specifically requesting me to email you, that’s what I’ll do. If you would prefer that I not send you an email and you have a question or comment to make, you can post it to the forum. All questions posted to the forum will be responded to via the forum, unless otherwise requested.
Regarding third party links.
Although Survey Jury will try not to include links to third parties who it deems to have unsatisfactory privacy policies, we cannot take responsibility for the behavior and/or policies of any third party represented on this site. We have done our best to carefully screen all survey sites listed wit