Here at Book Trigger Warnings, we believe in keeping your information as private and secure as possible.
You do not need to register with an account to view any of our pages. If you wish to edit or create a page, you may register for an account without providing an email address, real name, or any other personal information. Your IP address (and hence your inferred geographical location) will be automatically submitted to us and recorded temporarily to prevent against abuse of our open collaboration.
Your username and associated pages will be publicly visible so be careful about including any identifying information. User accounts cannot be removed entirely once created as your contributions must remain associated to their author.
Any content that you add or edit on Book Trigger Warnings will be publicly and permanently available in the page's history alongside your username. This includes any contributions that are removed or altered by you. Please keep this in mind when using this wiki.
Sometimes, we may automatically receive location data from your device. For example, if you upload a photo to Book Trigger Warnings from your phone, it may include the place and time you took the photo automatically. If you do not wish to have this information included, please change the settings on your individual device.
In addition, because of how internet browsers operate, we may automatically receive some information from your device depending on what you are using. This may include: your device type and operating system, your browser type/version/language, your internet provider or mobile carrier, what website referred you to ours, and the date and time of your visits. This information is only used to increase our site's efficiency, improve performance, and provide greater security measures. We will not sell or rent any of your information to third parties for marketing purposes. The sharing of your information will only be approved if it is needed to improve our site, comply with the law, or to protect you and others.
Administrators of Book Trigger Warnings have additional tools that allow them to view nonpublic information about recent contributions to protect and enforce our policies. This information will not be shared with outside sources except for the reasons listed above.