Lightboard.net & .com is concerned about your privacy while you are visiting our site.
Section A: Access to Registration Information Lightboard.net & .com will under no circumstances give access to your registration information to any third party for any purpose, either commercial or otherwise. Your information is maintained on a secure web server in what we believe to be a well-protected environment. Neither Lightboard.net & .com nor any Website operator, however, can guarantee that your information will remain secure from unauthorized access.
Section B: Cookies In order to become a registered member of lightboard.net & .com, you must have 'Cookies' enabled on your computer. Our website relies on this technology to allow you to re-access your registered user profile and personalized page during a web session. In this way, once you initially log in during a web session, you will not be asked for your log-in ID and password again unless you log out. This mechanism is employed solely for your ease of navigation an for no other purpose.
Section C: Public vs. Confidential Information You acknowledge that all of your submissions and postings to the public portion of the Website are public and not private information. Always use caution when giving out any personally identifying information about yourself or your household. Lightboard.net & .com specifically disclaims any liability with regard to the public portion of the Website. Generally, any communication that you post to the Website is considered to be non-confidential. If a particular web page or form permits the submission of information that will be treated by lightboard.net & .com as confidential, that fact will be stated on those pages.
Section D: Use of Public Information By posting communications on or through the Website, you automatically grant lightboard.net & .com a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, non-exclusive license to use, reproduce, modify, publish, edit, translate, distribute, perform, and display the information alone or as part of other works in any form, media, or technology whether now known or hereafter developed. The foregoing grants shall include the right to exploit any proprietary rights in such communication, including but not limited to rights under copyright, trademark, service mark or patent laws under any relevant jurisdiction.