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This page covers official policies about Nookipedia. While these policies are not required to be followed, it is recommended for the safety of each user.
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When revealing personal information about themselves, editors should always be cautious of the information that they release. This page provides guidance regarding what personal information editors should and should not give out. While these tips are not required to be followed, it is strongly recommended for the safety of each editor, especially for minors.
  
*It is okay to reveal ones first name or nickname.
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*It is generally '''okay''' to reveal one's first name or nickname.
*It is okay to reveal ones age.
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*It is generally '''okay''' to reveal one's age.
*It is okay to reveal ones country and/or state of residence.
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*It is generally '''okay''' to reveal one's gender.
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*It is generally '''okay''' to reveal one's country and/or state of residence.
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*It is '''not okay''' to reveal one's last name.
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*It is '''not okay''' to reveal one's city, address, or other information that would help specifically locate one.
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*It is '''not okay''' to reveal one's birth hospital.
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*It is '''not okay''' to reveal both parents' full names.
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*It is '''not okay''' to reveal anything that one's parents do not want one to.
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*It is '''not okay''' to reveal one's [[wikipedia:I.P. address|I.P address]].
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*It is '''not okay''' to upload a picture of oneself or other personal identifying information.
  
*It is not okay to reveal ones last name.
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The less one reveals about oneself, the safer one is. This should always be kept in mind when posting personal information about oneself.
*It is not okay to reveal ones city or address.
 
*It is not okay to reveal ones birth hospital.
 
*It is not okay to reveal both parents full names.
 
*It is not okay to reveal anything your parents do not want you to.
 
  
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Editors should ''not'' post personal, non-public information about other editors; this is a warnable or even blockable offense. Such information will be removed and their revisions hidden for the sake of privacy.
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Latest revision as of 23:28, July 11, 2015

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This page documents a Nookipedia policy.
A policy is a widely accepted standard that all editors should normally follow. Users who fail to adhere to policies may be blocked.
Copper aF Character Icon.png
This page documents a Nookipedia policy.
A policy is a widely accepted standard that all editors should normally follow. Users who fail to adhere to policies may be blocked.

When revealing personal information about themselves, editors should always be cautious of the information that they release. This page provides guidance regarding what personal information editors should and should not give out. While these tips are not required to be followed, it is strongly recommended for the safety of each editor, especially for minors.

  • It is generally okay to reveal one's first name or nickname.
  • It is generally okay to reveal one's age.
  • It is generally okay to reveal one's gender.
  • It is generally okay to reveal one's country and/or state of residence.
  • It is not okay to reveal one's last name.
  • It is not okay to reveal one's city, address, or other information that would help specifically locate one.
  • It is not okay to reveal one's birth hospital.
  • It is not okay to reveal both parents' full names.
  • It is not okay to reveal anything that one's parents do not want one to.
  • It is not okay to reveal one's I.P address.
  • It is not okay to upload a picture of oneself or other personal identifying information.

The less one reveals about oneself, the safer one is. This should always be kept in mind when posting personal information about oneself.

Editors should not post personal, non-public information about other editors; this is a warnable or even blockable offense. Such information will be removed and their revisions hidden for the sake of privacy.