Schola wrote:In arte amātōriā egō qvidem faveō torī sociīs:
• Pudōris verēcundiæqve causā mālō tacēre.
UK Data Protection Act 1998 wrote:Part I, §3 Personal data shall be adequate, relevant and not excessive in relation to the purpose or purposes for which they are processed.
Part I, §5 Personal data processed for any purpose or purposes shall not be kept for longer than is necessary for that purpose or those purposes.
metrodorus wrote:How many social networking sites/dating sites, etc have you ever joined? They all ask similar questions. Why? To facilitate social interaction between members.
metrodorus wrote:John and I deliberately asked the sexual orientation question, because we want Latinum to be a real, social network, and not a neo-fascist, homophobic hangout like some other online Latin networks I could care to mention.
adrianus wrote:metrodorus wrote:How many social networking sites/dating sites, etc have you ever joined? They all ask similar questions. Why? To facilitate social interaction between members.
One wouldn't like to imagine that a site calling itself Schola was attracting very young members for the purposes of dating.
And correct me, but I don't think the members themselves have access to all the personal information you gather; just the site administrators do.
Wrongly, Lucus // Perperàm, LuceLucus Eques wrote:I will gather, amice, by your taciturnity that you have not joined other social networks like Facebook or YouTube.