Forum Documentation

You don’t have to create an account to use this forum, such as searching and viewing public member profiles, forums, topics and posts. If you do choose to create an account, you must provide us with some personal data so that we can provide our services to you. This includes a display name (for example, “John Doe”), nickname (for example, @john-doe) a username (for example, johnxdoe), a password, and an email address. Your display name and nickname is always public, but you can use either your real name or a pseudonym. After the registration your account display name, nickname and username are the same. We recommend changing display name and nickname to keep the username private and secure. You can change those in your account editing page.
Once you registered and created an account, you also have the option of adding this public information:

• Member Title
• Avatar
• Biography (About Me)
• Website
• Occupation
• Signature
• Social Network Account addresses
• Location (Country)
• Timezon
• And other details to your profile information to be displayed in our community.

Additionally, whilst using the My Rainbow Network the following information may be collected (not public):

• Internet Protocol (IP) address (not public)
• Geographical location
• Browser type and version (not public)
• Operating system (not public)
• Referral source (not public)
• Length of visit, page views, website navigation and any other related browsing activity

Most forum activity on My Rainbow Network is public, including your profile information mentioned above. You also may choose to publish your location in your profile. Information posted about you by other people who use our forum may also be public. For example, other people may mention you using @nickname in posts.
You are responsible for your topics, 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.

You may choose to register connecting your account to accounts on another service (e.g. Facebook login), and that other service may send us information about your account on that service. We use the information we receive to provide you features like cross-posting or cross-service authentication and to operate our community. We create a new account in our community for you based on your third-party account information you share.