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Membership Removal Requests
Please note that we do not prune usernames or content. Due to the nature of Internet spiders and search engine indexing, information and content, once posted on the Internet, usually becomes permanant, so please remember this when hitting the 'submit' button.
Dodgeboard.com will take all reasonable effort to ensure that all personal information about you submitted, including any information that may identify you, is maintained secure on the web server. Passwords are stored with a hash, and a unique salt and cannot be discovered or revealed, even by the administrator.
Personal (Group) Conversations are stored in plain-text in version 1.x of the XenForo Forum software that we currently employ. This means that upon an abuse-report the administrator with MySQL database access could confirm the abuse by reviewing the reported content, before taking appropriate actions. Nobody except for the administrator of this site has MySQL database access, nor are they permitted to read conversations unless explicitly invited by you. The administrator doesn't read your personal conversations, and as of this posting has never had a reason to do so, so don't give them a reason, by avoiding getting reported.