SettlementAtWork:Privacy policy

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I suggest:

  • Creative Commons Share Alike (like Wikipedia.
  • Clarify:
    • No copyright content
    • All content is open to modification ASIDE, obviously, from the PDF and other files we link to. Don't think we can have people downloading works, editing and reuploading, etc

You can browse and read the content of this wiki without the need to register.

This wiki is open for anyone to register as a user.

Your email address will be used:

  • to confirm your registration details;
  • for sending you password information and for sending new temporary passwords should you forget your current one;
  • for receiving information where you have subscribed (i.e.,: watching pages, etc).;
  • for sending critical information about the wiki or your account.

Once registered, all your contributions will be attributable to your account on all pages through the "Revision history".

At any time, you may terminate your account by emailing us at A "confirmed" termination request on your account means the account will no longer be accessible. Content created by that account will remain accessible and attributed, but the account holder will no longer be able to contribute or edit.

We will periodically review wiki accounts and may terminate or edit inactive or poorly named accounts.

IMPORTANT: You are responsible for keeping your password confidential and shall take all necessary measures to ensure that it is kept secure and not disclosed to any other entity. If you know or suspect that your password has been disclosed to any other entity, you must change your password immediately and contact us.

Wiki content

No confidential or sensitive information should be saved on this site. Any such sinformation will be deleted by Wiki administrators

Network monitoring

For site availability and for security purposes, we monitor network traffic. This monitoring is done to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, and to prevent actions that would otherwise cause damage or harm. In the course of monitoring, we will receive and record routing information from the data (the Internet Protocol address of the computer) that reaches our site, the date and time of visits, and the pages visited. We make no attempt to link these addresses with the identity of individuals visiting our site unless an attempt to damage the site has been detected.

Application analytics: Our software programs create summary statistics that are used for purposes such as assessing what services are of most and least interest to our clients, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas. The information collected by our servers for site management is protected and access to this information is restricted.