Anti-spam Policy.

Super Club Radio prohibits the use of their website and/or services in any manner associated with the transmission, distribution or delivery of any unsolicited bulk or unsolicited commercial e-mail (“Spam”). You may not use any Super Club Radio services to send Spam. You also may not deliver Spam or cause Spam to be delivered to any customers of Super Club Radio.

In compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (15 U.S.C. 7701, et seq., Public Law No. 108-187, was S.877 of the 108th United States Congress), e-mail sent, or caused to be sent, to or through the Super Club Radio website or service may not:

  1. use or contain invalid or forged headers
  2. use or contain invalid or non-existent domain names
  3. employ any technique to otherwise misrepresent, hide or obscure any information in identifying the point of origin or the transmission path
  4. use other means of deceptive addressing
  5. use a third-party’s internet domain name, or be relayed from or through a third-party’s equipment, without permission of the third-party
  6. contain false or misleading information in the subject line or otherwise contain false or misleading content
  7. fail to comply with additional technical standards described below

otherwise violate our Terms of Service.

Super Club Radio does not authorize the harvesting, mining or collection of e-mail addresses or other information from or through the website or its services. Super Club Radio does not permit or authorize others to use the Super Club Radio services to collect, compile or obtain any information about its customers or subscribers, including but not limited to subscriber e-mail addresses.

Super Club Radio does not permit or authorize any attempt to use its services in a manner that could damage, disable, overburden or impair any aspect of any of the services, or that could interfere with any other party’s use and enjoyment of any Super Club Radio service.

If Super Club Radio believes that unauthorized or improper use is being made of any service, it may, without notice, take such action as it, in its sole discretion, deems appropriate, including blocking messages from a particular internet domain, mail server or IP address. Super Club Radio may immediately terminate any account on any service which it determines, in its sole discretion, is transmitting or is otherwise connected with any e-mail that violates this policy.

Nothing in this policy is intended to grant any right to transmit or send e-mail to, or through, the Super Club Radio website and/or services. Failure to enforce this policy in every instance does not amount to a waiver of Super Club Radio’s rights.

Unauthorized use of any Super Club Radio services in connection with the transmission of unsolicited e-mail, including the transmission of e-mail in violation of this policy, may result in civil, criminal, or administrative penalties against the sender and those assisting the sender.

Violators of the CAN SPAM Act may be subject to “cease and desist” orders or penalties from the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) of up to $11,000 per violation. Criminal prosecution is also possible in the case of egregious offenders, which can result in penalties such as fines, forfeiture of proceeds and equipment. The worst offenders can also be subject to prison time.

E-mail Policy.

We are committed to keeping your e-mail address confidential. We do not sell, rent, or lease our subscription lists to third parties, and we will not provide your personal information to any third-party individual, government agency, or company at any time unless compelled to do so by law.

We will use your e-mail address solely to provide timely information about Super Club Radio.

Super Club Radio will maintain the information you send via e-mail in accordance with applicable federal law.

CAN-SPAM Compliance.

In compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act, all e-mail sent from our organization will clearly state who the e-mail is from and provide clear information on how to contact the sender. In addition, all e-mail messages will also contain concise information on how to remove yourself from our mailing list so that you receive no further e-mail communication from us.

Choice/Opt-Out.

Our site provides users the opportunity to opt-out of receiving communications from us and our partners by reading the unsubscribe instructions located at the bottom of any e-mail they receive from us at anytime.

Users who no longer wish to receive our newsletter or promotional materials may opt-out of receiving these communications by clicking on the unsubscribe link in the e-mail or e-mail us at info “@” superclub-radio.com.

Privacy Policy.

Your privacy is very important to us. Accordingly, we have developed this Policy in order for you to understand how we collect, use, communicate and make use of personal information. The following outlines our Privacy Policy.

When accessing our Website, Super Club Radio will learn certain information about you during your visit.

Similar to other commercial Web sites, our Web site utilizes a standard technology called “cookies” (see explanation below, “What Are Cookies?”) and Web server logs to collect information about how our Web site is used. Information gathered through cookies and Web server logs may include the date and time of visits, the pages viewed, time spent at our Web site, and the Web sites visited just before and just after our Web site, your IP address.

Google Adsense and the DoubleClick DART Cookie.

Google, as a third-party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on our site. Google’s use of the DART cookie enables it to serve ads to our users based on their visit to our sites and other sites on the Internet. To opt out of the DART cookies you may visit the Google ad and content network privacy policy at the following url http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html Tracking of users through the DART cookie mechanisms are subject to Google’s own privacy policies.

What is the EU Cookie Law.

The Cookie Law is a piece of privacy legislation that requires websites to obtain consent from visitors to store or retrieve any information on a computer or any other web connected device, like a smartphone or tablet.

It has been designed to protect online privacy, by making consumers aware of how information about them is collected by websites, and enable them to choose whether or not they want to allow it to take place.

It started as an EU Directive that was adopted by all EU countries on May 26th 2011. At the same time the UK updated its Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations, which brought the EU Directive it into UK law. Other EU countries have made similar changes to their laws.

All websites owned in the EU or targeted towards EU citizens, are now expected to comply with the law.

What Are Cookies?

A cookie is a very small text document, which often includes an anonymous unique identifier. When you visit a Web site, that site’s computer asks your computer for permission to store this file in a part of your hard drive specifically designated for cookies. Each Web site can send its own cookie to your browser if your browser’s preferences allow it, but (to protect your privacy) your browser only permits a Web site to access the cookies it has already sent to you, not the cookies sent to you by other sites.

What is the fuss on cookies?

Because cookies are just text files, they can be used to store pretty much anything the website author wants to store, which can cause many privacy concerns. Things like the Facebook ‘like’ button that can be used by Facebook to track people on websites other than Facebook have escalated the issue.

Find out in detail about the EU cookie law here http://www.theeucookielaw.com/

IP Addresses.

IP addresses are used by your computer every time you are connected to the Internet. Your IP address is a number that is used by computers on the network to identify your computer. IP addresses are automatically collected by our web server as part of demographic and profile data known as “traffic data” so that data (such as the Web pages you request) can be sent to you.

Email Information.

If you choose to correspond with us through email, we may retain the content of your email messages together with your email address and our responses. We provide the same protections for these electronic communications that we employ in the maintenance of information received online, mail and telephone.

Comment Policy.

  1. You may comment by registering. You can log-in via Disqus, Twitter, Facebook. It’s up to you.
  2. You may post follow-up questions. If you have a question, chances are you are not alone. Others are likely thinking similarly. Therefore, we would rather receive your comments on our website than via email. It is a better use of our time to address everyone at once rather than answer several similar emails.
  3. You may disagree with us. We welcome debate. However, we ask that if you disagree with us or anyone else, for that matter do so in a way that is respectful. In our opinion, there is way too much shouting in the public square to tolerate it here.
  4. We reserve the right to delete your comments. This is blog. We don’t have an obligation to publish your comments. If you are a U.S. citizen The First Amendment gives you the right to express your opinions on your website not mine. Specifically, we will delete your comments if you post something that is, in our sole opinion, (a) snarky; (b) off-topic; (c) libellous, defamatory, abusive, harassing, threatening, profane, pornographic, offensive, false, misleading, or which otherwise violates or enrages others to violate our sense of decorum and civility or any law, including intellectual property laws; or (d) “spam,” i.e., an attempt to advertise, solicit, or otherwise promote goods and services. You may, however, post a link to your website or your most recent blog post.
  5. You retain ownership of your comments. We do not own them and we expressly disclaim any and all liability that may result from them. By commenting on our website, you agree that you retain all ownership rights in what you post here and that you will relieve us from any and all liability that may result from those postings.
  6. You grant us a license to post your comments. This license is worldwide, irrevocable, non-exclusive, and royalty-free. You grant us the right to store, use, transmit, display, publish, reproduce, and distribute your comments in any format, including but not limited to a blog, in a book, a video, or presentation.

Comments are welcomed and engaged on this site, but there are some instances where comments will be edited or deleted as follows:

  1. Comments deemed to be spam or questionable spam will be deleted. Including a link to relevant content is permitted, but comments should be relevant to the post topic.
  2. Comments including profanity will be deleted.
  3. Comments containing language or concepts that could be deemed offensive will be deleted.
  4. Comments that attack a person individually will be deleted.

The owner of this website reserves the right to edit or delete any comments submitted to this website without notice. This comment policy is subject to change at anytime.

LGBT Members & Website Policy.

LGBT should also comply to the terms and policy of this website. Including the respect to others as well as their respect to you.

LGBT’s should NOT by all means express in public their sexual orientation with other members that have nothing to do with sexuality or their sexual orientation or boast about it. This website forbids any sexual related content or discussion, either by expression in pictures, videos and such. It is totally unfair to others and its inappropriate to kids under-age to show these expression in public on this website. Any of these violations will lead to either a removal of the content with a warning or if by continuing the same subject will comply to lead to a removal of that member or members that did not comply to our website terms and policy. Privacy chats with members that do not like to talk about this will also comply to harassment and abuse.

How Do We Use the Information That You Provide to Us?

Broadly speaking, we use personal information for purposes of administering our business activities, providing customer service and making available other items and services to our customers and prospective customers.

Super Club Radio will not obtain personally identifying information about you when you visit our site, unless you choose to provide such information to us, nor will such information be sold or otherwise transferred to unaffiliated third parties without the approval of the user at the time of collection.

We may disclose information when legally compelled to do so, in other words, when we, in good faith, believe that the law requires it or for the protection of our legal rights.

A Special Note About Children.

Children are not eligible to use our website and services and we ask that minors (under the age of 13) do not submit any personal information to us. If you are a minor, you can use this site only in conjunction with permission and guidance from your parents or guardians.

Minor’s MUST have a Parent next to them when using the internet and our website by all means possible, as we are an online radio and have a chat service, that can’t be all times possible monitored, but admins reserves the right to ban or suspend users of younger than 13 years old, if they do not comply with our terms and rules. Parent’s must be there at all times if such.

Super Club Radio complies to the COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act) Policy and reserves the right to do so. For more info here http://www.coppa.org/comply.htm

How Do We Protect Your Information and Secure Information Transmissions?

Email is not recognized as a secure medium of communication. For this reason, we request that you do not send private information to us by email. However, doing so is allowed, but at your own risk. Some of the information you may enter on our Web site may be transmitted securely via a secure medium known as Secure Sockets Layer, or SSL. Credit Card information is never transmitted via email.

Super Club Radio may use software programs to create summary statistics, which are used for such purposes as assessing the number of visitors to the different sections of our site, what information is of most and least interest, determining technical design specifications, and identifying system performance or problem areas.

For site security purposes and to ensure that this service remains available to all users, Super Club Radio uses software programs to monitor network traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information, or otherwise cause damage.

Usernames Policy.

1- Introduction

This policy describes what kinds of usernames are acceptable on Super Club Radio, and how unacceptable or doubtful usernames can be dealt with. It also specifies that a user account should be used only by one person, and that in most cases one person should use only one account.

You choose your username when creating a user account. All contributions made using that account will then be attributed to the chosen username.

Super Club Radio reserves the right to require that a username be changed, to delete a user’s account or to block a user from accessing the Site where a username is in breach of this policy (see ‘Dealing With Inappropriate Usernames’ below).

2- Guidance For New Users

Your username is a nickname that will identify your account and thereby all of your contributions to Super Club Radio. It can be your real name, if you so choose, but you should be aware of the risks involved in posting under your real name. Your username appears on your posts and on discussion pages.

You specify your username when creating an account, and subsequently use it (together with your secret password) to log in to that account. The site will not allow you to register with a username that is already in use.

Your username can be virtually any string of alphanumeric Latin characters; however, it should be a name which other users will be comfortable with. A controversial name may give a bad impression to other users, and avoiding this is in your own interest. This page describes certain types of usernames that are specifically disallowed, primarily because they can be considered offensive, misleading, or promotional, or imply that the account does not belong to an individual.

3- Inappropriate Usernames

This section lists the types of usernames that are considered inappropriate.

These lists are not necessarily exhaustive. Use common sense in applying these rules (for example, a word that may seem offensive in one context may have another, more benign meaning in another context). For guidance on how to deal with inappropriate names if encountered, see ‘Dealing With Inappropriate Usernames’ below.

3.1 Misleading Usernames

The following types of username are not permitted because they may be misleading:

Usernames that impersonate other people.
Usernames that give the impression that the account has permissions which it does not have, for example by containing the terms ‘administrator’, ‘checkuser’, ‘oversight’, or similar terms like ‘admin’, ‘sysop’ or ‘moderator’.
Usernames which could be easily misunderstood to refer to a ‘bot’ (which is used to identify bot accounts) or a ‘script’ (which alludes to automated editing processes).
Usernames that include the word ‘SuperClubRadio’ if they give the incorrect impression that the account may be officially affiliated with Super Club Radio.
Usernames which contain numbers only.

3.2 Offensive or Disruptive Usernames

The following types of usernames are not permitted because they are offensive or disruptive:
Usernames that are likely to offend other contributors, making harmonious interaction difficult or impossible, for example by containing profanities.
Usernames that contain or imply personal attacks.
Usernames that seem intended to provoke emotional reaction (‘trolling’).
Usernames that otherwise show a clear intent to disrupt Super Club Radio.
Note that usernames that are inappropriate in another language, or that represent an inappropriate name with misspellings and substitutions, or do so indirectly or by implication, are still considered inappropriate.

3.3 Promotional Names

The following types of usernames are not permitted because they are considered promotional:
Usernames that unambiguously consist of a name of a company, group, institution or product (e.g. CompanyABC). However usernames that contain such names are sometimes permissible; see under ‘Usernames Implying Shared Use’ below.
Email addresses and URLs (such as ‘me@example.com’ and ‘example.com’). While plain domain names (without domain extensions) are sometimes acceptable, such as when the purpose is simply to identify the user as a person, they are inappropriate if they promote a commercial Web page.
A user who both adopts a promotional username and also engages in inappropriately promotional behaviours in articles about the company, group, or product, can be blocked.

3.4 Usernames Implying Shared Use

Because Super Club Radio’s policy is that usernames should not be shared between more than one individual, usernames that imply the likelihood of shared use are not permitted. This means that:
Usernames that are simply names of companies or groups are not permitted (these also fall under ‘Promotional Names’ above).
Usernames that are names of posts within organisations, such as ‘CEOofABC’, are not permitted, as such a post may be held by different persons at different times.

4- Exceptions

Some usernames that appear to be in breach of this policy have been allowed to stand by consensus because they were created before a change in the policy that would now prohibit such names. If you find an apparently problematic username being used by a long-standing user, it is likely that the matter has been discussed before.

5- Dealing With Inappropriate Usernames

If Super Club Radio is notified of an inappropriate username as described above, there are various actions an administrator might take.

  1. Choose to Ignore
  2. Informal Communication/Request to Register a New Username
  3. Formal Communication/Request to Register a New Username
  4. Delete Account
  5. Block User at IP Level

Blocking a user is not actually something we want to do; however, it is something we do when it is needed to protect Super Club Radio from harm where users have a clearly offensive username, disruptive or vandalising posts or comments, or comments that show a history of Terms of Use violations.

6- Other Particular Types of Username

6.1 Real Names

Use of a real name may make a contributor more vulnerable to issues such as harassment, both on and off Super Club Radio. You should consider the benefits and drawbacks of making substantial contributions under your real name before doing so, especially if you plan on posting or discussing potentially controversial subjects on Super Club Radio.

Do not post under a name that is likely to imply that you are (or are related to) a specific, identifiable person, unless it is your real name.

If a name is used that implies that the user is (or is related to) a specific, identifiable person, the account may sometimes be blocked as a precaution against damaging impersonation, until proof of identity is provided.

If you have been blocked for using your real name, please don’t take offence; we’re trying to prevent somebody from impersonating you (or impersonating someone you share a name with). You are welcome to use your real name, but in some cases, you will need to prove you are who you say you are. You can do this by sending an e-mail to info[at]superclub-radio[dot]com. Please note that an immediate reply is not always possible.

6.2 Non-Latin Usernames

There is no requirement that usernames be in English; however, usernames that are not created using the Latin alphabet are not allowed.

7- Shared Accounts

Any user account should represent an individual and not a group (and an individual should normally only have one user account). Sharing an account or the password to an account with others is not permitted, and evidence of doing so will result in the account being blocked. For accounts being used to represent a group or organisation, see ‘Promotional Names’ above.

8- Multiple Accounts

It is strongly recommended that users do not use multiple accounts.

9- Changing Your Username

Usernames can not be changed. Once created it will remain. We might manage this on a later date on changing usernames and this will be countable for use only once.

Password Policy.

Here are a few tips for creating strong passwords. Take a moment to review these, and consider strengthening some of your passwords if they fall short.

-Create unique passwords that that use a combination of words, numbers, symbols, and both upper- and lower-case letters.

-Do not use your network username as your password.

-Don’t use easily guessed passwords, such as “password” or “user.”

-Do not choose passwords based upon details that may not be as confidential as you’d expect, such as your birth date, your Social Security or phone number, or names of family members.

-Do not use words that can be found in the dictionary. Password-cracking tools freely available online often come with dictionary lists that will try thousands of common names and passwords. If you must use dictionary words, try adding a numeral to them, as well as punctuation at the beginning or end of the word (or both!).

-Avoid using simple adjacent keyboard combinations: For example, “qwerty” and “asdzxc” and “123456” are horrible passwords and that are trivial to crack.

-Some of the easiest-to-remember passwords aren’t words at all but collections of words that form a phrase or sentence, perhaps the opening sentence to your favorite novel, or the opening line to a good joke. Complexity is nice, but length is key. It used to be the case that picking an alphanumeric password that was 8-10 characters in length was a pretty good practice. These days, it’s increasingly affordable to build extremely powerful and fast password cracking tools that can try tens of millions of possible password combinations per second. Just remember that each character you add to a password or passphrase makes it an order of magnitude harder to attack via brute-force methods.

-Avoid using the same password at multiple Web sites. It’s generally safe to re-use the same password at sites that do not store sensitive information about you (like a news Web site) provided you don’t use this same password at sites that are sensitive.

-Never use the password you’ve picked for your email account at any online site: If you do, and an e-commerce site you are registered at gets hacked, there’s a good chance someone will be reading your e-mail soon.

-Whatever you do, don’t store your list of passwords on your computer in plain text. The advisability of keeping a written list of your passwords have evolved over time. We advise users not to worry about writing down passwords. Just make sure you don’t store the information in plain sight. The most secure method for remembering your passwords is to create a list of every Web site for which you have a password and next to each one write your login name and a clue that has meaning only for you. If you forget your password, most Web sites will email it to you (assuming you can remember which email address you signed up with).

-One thing to note about password storage in browsers like Firefox: If you have not enabled and assigned a “master password” to manage your passwords in Firefox, anyone with physical access to your computer and user account can view the stored passwords in plain text, simply by clicking “Options,” and then “Show Passwords.” To protect your passwords from local prying eyes, drop a check mark into the box next to “Use Master Password” at the main Options page, and choose a strong password that only you can remember. You will then be prompted to enter the master password once per session when visiting a site that uses one of your stored passwords.

-There are several third-party programs that can help users safeguard sensitive passwords, including RoboformLastPass & and Password Safe. Keepass is another robust, free password manager program that works similarly to Password Safe. Take care to pick a strong master password, but one that you can remember; just as with the Firefox master password option, if you forget the master password you are pretty much out of luck.

Profitable & Non-Profitable Organizations.

Super Club Radio reserves the right to disallow any or all profitable and non-profitable organizations, that have nothing to do with our online radio, as such as organizations that want to profit on behalf of making money or making profit of any ways possible, without our knowledge, will be subject to be banned without hesitation.

Some organizations such like from the Red Cross for asking to donate Blood, are not allowed. We reserve the right to disallow this because of religious reasons from our members and respect for others, not to conduct in any way possible to our online radio. We do not advertise or allow for blood donations of any kind, neither through our broadcasts.

Money gathering for some organisations will ONLY be clarified through our admin team to the extend of indicational and conducting exact prove. Asking for help to send or donate money to a person or persons without prove or scams will not be allowed.

Policy Changes.

We reserve the right to amend this privacy policy at any time with or without notice. However, please be assured that if the Privacy Policy changes in the future, we will not use the personal information you have submitted to us under this Privacy Policy in a manner that is materially inconsistent with this Privacy Policy, without your prior consent.

We are committed to conducting our business in accordance with these principles in order to ensure that the confidentiality of personal information is protected and maintained.

Contact.

If you have any questions regarding this Policy, or your dealings with our website, please contact us.

Super Club Radio info “@” superclub-radio.com